As the Reaume Brothers Racing team heads to World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway, the team has announced the return of ARS Construction as a primary sponsor for the No. 33 Ford F-150 and an associate sponsor for the No. 34 Ford F-150.
The St. Louis-area family-owned construction firm, which has been in business since 2001, partnered with the Reaume Brothers Racing team as the primary sponsor for the Gateway race weekend back in 2021.
In that race, Chris Hacker piloted the No. 34 Reaume Brothers Racing truck to a 27th-place finish in the 38-truck field.
While the driver of the team’s No. 33 entry has yet to be officially announced, the team tells TobyChristie.com that a driver announcement is forthcoming.
Stephen Mallozzi will pilot the No. 34 truck in what will be the 22-year-old’s third-career NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series start.
With only 36 trucks on the entry list for this weekend’s Toyota 200 at World Wide Technology Raceway, both Reaume trucks will make the field regardless of how the trucks fare in qualifying.
Mallozzi has a career-best finish of 22nd, which came at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in his NASCAR Truck Series debut in 2022. Mallozzi will look to best that effort this weekend at Gateway, and if he can do so, it will mark the best finish, to date, for a truck carrying the ARS Construction logos.
The NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Toyota 200 at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway is set for Saturday, June 3rd at 12:30 PM ET. Television coverage of the race will be provided by FS1 while the radio call of the race will be provided by MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.