MOORESVILLE, NC: Reaume Brothers Racing is excited to welcome the return of Lawless Alan to the organization for the entirety of the 2024 season. The Los Angeles, CA native began his tenure in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series with Reaume Brothers Racing at the Daytona Road Course in 2021 and showed promise with his first top-twenty finish at Pocono the same year. The 2024 season will mark Alan’s third full-time year in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series.

Lawless Alan is no stranger to the racetrack. Beginning his career in Legend Cars at the young age of 12, Alan immediately found success on the road course at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The experience gained in Legend Cars quickly led him to late models, where he won the track championship at the historic Irwindale Speedway in only his second season behind the wheel of late models. That same year, Alan set the track record at Kevin Harvick’s Kern County Raceway while also winning the NASCAR Home Track Championship there. In 2019, Alan’s professional racing career began as he took part in the Trans Am Series, earning Rookie of the Year honors as well as finishing fifth in the championship. With longtime sponsor AUTOParkIt, Alan looks to 2024 as a breakout year.

After gaining experience across the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series schedule in the last two years, Alan is more than ready to showcase what he is capable of behind the wheel of the No. 33 AUTOParkIt Ford F150. “I’m very excited to be racing for Reaume Brothers Racing in 2024. It’s a welcome return from my debut races in the NCTS that presents great opportunities for my career. I’m also excited to continue my long-standing relationship with AUTOParkIt, AUTOChargeIt, and AUTODockIt as we build on the success we have achieved together in previous years. I believe that this team and I can continue to grow together. We have both been labeled as underdogs throughout our time in NASCAR, and I believe that with the resources that each of us brings to the table, we can really do something special.”

Shawn Adams, Executive VP of Sales for AUTOParkit, agrees. “The partnership with Lawless is as strong as ever. Our tenacity is similar to the way Lawless battles at each and every race. He remains a critical ambassador to our product brands and an extension of our entire team.”

Josh Reaume, Owner of Reaume Brothers Racing, has shown that no obstacle can stand in the way of his relentless climb up the NASCAR ladder. “We take a lot of pride in having Lawless return after debuting with us several years ago. Our paths diverged as our team continued to grow while Lawless has been developing and honing his race craft. While placing all the chips on the table, we have aligned with one goal. 2024 we will not be accepting the status quo, as a small team we want every large team scratching their heads on Monday mornings wondering how we are over achieving.”

In addition to signing Lawless Alan, Reaume Brothers Racing has made crucial additions to personnel that will further bolster the 2024 campaign, including NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Champion Mike Skinner as driver coach, as well as bringing Tripp Bruce to the organization as competition director.


After working with Alan for the last few races of 2023, Skinner is confident that the move to Reaume Brothers Racing can provide success not only for his driver but for his team as well. “I’m really looking forward to the opportunity to work with Lawless Alan in 2024. I was with him at both Bristol and Phoenix last fall, and to see the improvement that we saw in just those two events makes me really excited for the potential of this season. This is a great opportunity to work with an up-and-coming driver and with a small team — I feel like we’re the little engine that could. There is a great group of guys behind this program with Josh Reaume and Tripp Bruce manning the ship, as well as a whole host of talented and wide-eyed employees taking the reins. I think that Lawless Alan and Reaume Brothers Racing will make a statement in 2024.”

Watch Lawless Alan in the No. 33 AUTOParkIt, AUTOChargeIt, and AUTODockIt Ford F-150 throughout the 2024 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, only on Fox Sports 1.

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About Reaume Brothers Racing:

Reaume Brothers Racing is entering their seventh season in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series fielding the No. 33 and No. 34 Ford F-150’s entries.

Reaume Brothers Racing is dedicated to providing unparalleled excellence and quality to our drivers, team members and partners.

Reaume Brothers Racing prides its self in being the most diverse team in the history of NASCAR. Providing 33 drivers their debut in NASCAR’s top divisions and over 50 drivers representing several nationalities and unique backgrounds over the past 5 seasons.

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