Dal Dirt – a company specializing in residential, multifamily, commercial, industrial, mass excavation, and transportation jobs — will join Chris Hacker and Reaume Brothers Racing for a pair of NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events this season.
The company, founded in 2018 with the goal of making the earthmoving industry better, will adorn Hacker’s No. 33 entry in his first race of the season at Atlanta Motor Speedway, as well as Dal Dirt’s hometown event at Texas Motor Speedway in May.
“I’m stoked about Atlanta and the opportunity to welcome Dal Dirt to NASCAR,” said Hacker. “I don’t get the opportunity to race every week so making the most of every opportunity is my focus. Because of Dal Dirt’s support, I have the chance to make my fifth Truck Series start and keep a solid start of the season for Reaume Brothers Racing.”
Last December, Hacker announced that he’d be returning to Reaume Brothers Racing for a partial schedule in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2022, after competing in multiple races for the organization.
“2022 will be all about learning, but still with the focus of building myself a name in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series,” Hacker continued. “I’m ready to show everyone how good of a driver I am behind the wheel, along with how great of a partner Dal Dirt is.”
In four NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts, Hacker has recorded a career-best finish of 16th at Martinsville Speedway for Niece Motorsports. The Noblesville, Indiana-native also scored a pair of 27th-place results at Gateway and Phoenix, while driving for Reaume Brothers Racing.
“Dal Dirt is extremely excited to enter the arena of NASCAR with Chris Hacker at Atlanta Motor Speedway,” said Scott Madill, Vice President of Dal Dirt. “We realize Chris’ passion and courage to compete in one of NASCAR’s top-three national series fits well with the model mentality that we have built at Dal Dirt.”
In addition to Dal Dirt, Hacker will have associate sponsorship from Red Owl Coffee and TJ’s Team for the effort.