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Caleb Costner Making Truck Series Debut at Mid-Ohio with Reaume Brothers Racing

Caleb Costner will make his NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series debut in Saturday’s event at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, driving the No. 34 Ford F-150 for Reaume Brothers Racing. PC: Craig White, Racing America

Caleb Costner, a part-time competitor in the ARCA Menards Series this season, is set to make his NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series debut in Saturday’s O’Reilly Auto Parts 150 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.

A native of Dallas, North Carolina, Costner will partner with Reaume Brothers Racing for this weekend’s event to pilot the No. 34 Ford F-150 for the two-truck organization. Lickety Lew’s will serve as the primary marketing partner of the entry.

“Racing since I was 12 years old, becoming a NASCAR driver and competing at this level of racing was always a dream of mine as a kid growing up,” said Costner. “Through the years I’ve maintained a never give up mentality and over the last few years it’s definitely paid off.

The 30-year-old driver has three starts in the ARCA Menards Series this season, all this season in his self-owned No. 93 Costner-Weaver Motorsports entry. In May, Costner picked up a career-best 13th at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

“2023 has been a huge year to date for me as a driver continuously getting better behind the wheel,” continued Costner. “I’m beyond blessed and thankful to get this opportunity that me and so many others have only dreamed of getting.”

Reaume Brothers Racing, which fields a pair of entries in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, is coming off of one of its strongest weekends all season, where Mason Maggio scored a top-20 at Nashville Superspeedway in the No. 34 Ford F-150.

“Caleb [Costner] is a true embodiment of our team slogan ‘Built Different’,” said team owner Josh Reaume. “He understands the value in equipment and knows how vital each piece is. I’m really excited to take Caleb to a place that relies heavily on the talent of the driver, something we as a team are very confident in.”

Should more than 36 trucks attempt to qualify for Saturday’s O’Reilly Auto Parts 150 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Costner will likely have to qualify his way into the field, with the No. 34 Ford F-150 being a part-time entry.

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