unique, versatile, experienced; adjectives often used to describe Josh Reaume

Qualifying Grid – Indianapolis Motor Speedway 2014


Often described as the “African Squirrel” since he never stops moving and spent much of his early life in Africa, Josh is a proud 2012 graduate of the University of Victoria with a Mechanical Engineering degree. And he puts this STEM (Science/Technology/Engineering/Math) training to good use engineering the race vehicles he drives in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series for Reaume Bros Racing. Yes, you read that correctly.  Josh works as the team engineer during the week and drives on the weekends. Josh is part of NASCAR’s next generation, equal parts driver & engineer. #JoshWho? 

Josh Reaume – Born October 11, 1990

Career Highlights

  • 2019 – Finished a Career High of 6th Place at Daytona and currently 19th in Driver Points.
  • 2018 – Competed in 12 Camping World Truck Races in the Inaugural Season of Reaume Bros Racing with two top 20 finishes
  • 2017 – Competed in 13 Camping World Truck Races with a Pair of 16th Place Finishes and an Average of 19.8th
  • 2016 – Competed in 6 Xfinity Series Races with Season High of 27th at Kansas Speedway
  • 2015 – Finished Career High of 23rd in Xfinity Series Opener at Daytona International Raceway
    • Competed in 15 Xfinity Series Races
    • Competed in 2 Camping World Truck Series Races
  • 2014 – NASCAR Xfinity Series Debut at Richmond International Raceway
    • Competed in 11 Xfinity Series Races
  • 2013 – NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Debut at Iowa Speedway
  • 2012 – Competed in Select K&N Pro East/West Series Races
  • 2011 – NASCAR K&N Pro Series, 2011 Toyota All-Star Showdown
  • 2009 – NASCAR Development Driver, NASCAR Grand American Modifieds California
  • 2010 – NASCAR Whelen Late Models
  • 2008 – NASCAR Development Driver Shootout Winner
    • Stock Car Rookie of the Year
  • 2007 – Skip Barber Shootout Finalist
Rotax Max World Finals – Langkawi, Malaysia 2005


Karting Accomplishments

    • 2006 – Rotax World Championship Portugal – Podium, Prefinal
  • 2005 – Rotax World Championship Malaysia
  • Multiple Karting National Championships (Junior Honda 2004, Junior Rotax 2005, 2006)