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Where it All Began...

Born in Redlands, California to Canadian Parents, Josh Reaume was raised throughout Nigeria and Canada as his parents traveled the African Continent as missionaries. An interest in how the things around him worked led him to the University of Victoria, in which Reaume obtained a degree in Mechanical Engineering. 

From "How it Works" to "How Fast it Goes"

Throughout his childhood, Josh Reaume always had an interest in vehicles. This led to his father purchasing a go kart for Reaume. Instant talent was discovered, and Josh Reaume went on to win multiple races and championships across Canada.

After completing his education, Reaume knew racing was in his future. A move was then commenced from Canada to Mooresville, North Carolina, to partner with RSS Racing. Josh led the family-owned Xfinity Series organization of three cars as the sole race engineer and liaison between RSS and TRD, and even had a playoff berth in the inaugural Xfinity Series Playoffs with veteran crew chief Mike Ford and driver Ryan Sieg. The success at RSS Racing set Josh on a path of his own in the world of ownership.


The Start of Something New


After falling in love with not only the mechanics of NASCAR, but the business side of the sport, Josh Reaume ventured out on his own. His start would be the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with a part time effort under Reaume Brothers Racing.

With sponsorship from longtime partners Colonial Countertops, more races tacked on the calendar, and ultimately the first full-time effort for Reaume Brothers Racing came in 2019, in which Reaume himself drove to a 6th place finish at the season opener in Daytona.

Summiting the Mountain

2022 marked a monumental year for Reaume and Reaume Brothers Racing. Not only was it the fifth year of full-time operation, Josh Reaume became a NASCAR Cup Series owner with the formation of Team Hezeberg powered by Reaume Brothers. This part-time organization began by fielding an entry into the 64th running of the Daytona 500, qualifying into the field on raw speed. The No. 27 Ford Mustang driven by motorsports legend Jacques Villeneuve proved successful with a 22nd place finish in the Great American Race, besting some of the most prolific teams in NASCAR in the team's initial start. Team Hezeberg powered by Reaume Brothers continued fielding road course entries for EuroNASCAR Champion Loris Hezemans as well as former Formula 1 Driver Daniil Kvyat throughout 2022. Team Hezeberg is a testament to Josh's ability to assemble a team when the resources are limited, and the capability to exceed all comprehendable expectations.


Overcoming Adversity

Entering 2023, a new partnership was developed between Reaume Brothers Racing and Ford Performance. Sights were set on competitive finishes in the Craftsman Truck Series, as well as continued success in the Cup Series on a part-time basis. On January 26th, that all changed.

A fire broke out in the Reaume Brothers Racing shop, leading to a path of destruction that tore through every corner. While most teams would have skipped the season or shut down entirely, Josh stayed dedicated, and Reaume Brothers Racing fielded two entries into the season opener at Daytona, as well as seeing Josh compete in the No. 22 for AM Racing.

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Which Leads to Today...

Josh has now led Reaume Brothers Racing through seven full-time seasons and works diligently to continue to expand his relationship with Ford Performance. Josh also took the wheel for AM Racing in the No. 22 Ford F-150 throughout 2023, an interesting dynamic for Josh to compete against his own equipment.

In 2024, Josh Reaume has taken on more of the Team Owner position, but has still climbed into his own trucks throughout the year.

Josh Reaume embodies the "never give up" attitude. No task is too small for Reaume or his family, and he continues to lead his organization to success, as well as taking the reins of his machines.

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