Reaume Brothers Racing (RBR) will once again provide an opportunity for a driver to make their NASCAR Truck Series debut, with the announcement Tuesday that Nick Leitz will join the organization for the Rackley Roofing 200 at Nashville Superspeedway.
A fourth-generation racer, Leitz began his career in the go-kart ranks, before successfully moving into Legend Cars, and eventually, the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series, where he’s shown great success at tracks like Dominion Raceway.
“I’m so excited about racing the trucks, especially making my first start at Nashville. That place looks bad fast,” said Leitz. “Also having my family and friends there and many people back home watching it on TV will be a lot of fun as well as a big learning experience! I’m excited about what next year holds as well and see if we can continue this momentum and excitement forward.”
The 26-year-old will attempt to qualify for the event in the No. 43 Precision Measurements Inc. Chevrolet Silverado, serving as a teammate to Chris Hacker, who will pilot the organization’s No. 33 in the event.
“Nick has an extensive resume with a significant amount of late-model experience,” said team owner Josh Reaume. “We are looking forward to watching him develop in the top tiers of NASCAR for years to come.”