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Carter Fartuch, Skip Barber Racing School Director of Instructors, Tapped for Truck Debut at COTA with RBR

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The iconic Skip Barber Racing School, the largest racing school in the world, is set to make its debut in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series in Saturday’s XPEL 225 at Circuit of The Americas (COTA), doing so with Reaume Brothers Racing

With more than 400,000 graduates since 1975, Skip Barber Racing School has long been utilized by competitors in Formula 1, IndyCar, sportscar racing, and in recent years, NASCAR, to increase their overall road-racing prowess with on-track time and insight from skilled instructors.

Drivers like Ross Chastain, Jimmie Johnson, Bubba Wallace, and Kyle Busch have all visited Skip Barber Racing School, with Chastain crediting a lot of his development on road courses to the time he has spent learning from SBRS.

Carter Fartuch, Director of Instructors for Skip Barber Racing School, will make his NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series debut at Circuit of The Americas on Saturday, driving the No. 22 Ford F-150 for Reaume Brothers Racing. Fartuch has previously competed with the Skip Barber Racing Team in GT4 America, IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge, and TC America. Originally from Pennsylvania, the 29-year-old racer now lives in Fort Pierce, Florida.

“My NASCAR debut is a surreal and special moment for me, made possible by the team at the Skip Barber Racing School Fartuch said. “I can’t wait to get behind the wheel of the #22 Skip Barber Racing School Ford F-150 and give it my all for my Skip Barber Family. I’m looking forward to competing against some of the best in the country at a track I know very well in Circuit of The Americas. I would like to thank everyone at the Skip Barber Racing School and Reaume Brothers Racing who made this dream become a reality.”

Last season, Skip Barber Racing School dipped its toes into sponsorship in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, sponsoring Ross Chastain and DGM Racing at Sonoma. The school plans to continue building its presence in NASCAR after this weekend, including the sponsorship of a NASCAR Cup Series entry at Martinsville Speedway.

“We couldn’t be prouder or more pleased to add Carter’s name to the list of NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series drivers that have trained with SBRS including Matt Crafton, Christian Eckes, Jake Garcia, Lawless Alan, and Mason Massey,” Skip Barber Racing School Chief Marketing Officer Dan DeMonte said. “Our team of expert instructors and turnkey platform, provide a winning environment for beginners as well as professionals.”

Josh Reaume, owner of Reaume Brothers Racing, comes from a similar background as Fartuch, and believes that his experience on road courses can assist the organization in further building its road course program.

“Having a professional driver coach behind the wheel of our Ford F-150s seems like the next natural step as we continue to build a competitive program,” Reaume said. “Having him as a teammate to Lawless (Alan) we feel like will create a positive and constructive environment at the racetrack. Being able to carry the Skip Barber family in NASCAR is a great honor to myself, and we are all excited to show what we can do collectively at COTA.”

Fartuch will join Lawless Alan as Reaume Brothers Racing’s two-driver lineup for Saturday’s XPEL 225 at Circuit of The Americas, the fifth race of the 2024 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series campaign.

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