This week February 25th and 26th the Julius Curry NASCAR TRUCK Racing Racing team sponsored by Rcoin. and will be at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Thank God the racing truck #33 qualified in the pole position of the number #24 starting position...

The race was going very well and then just a few laps before the end of the race the #33 racing truck spun out, hit the wall and was out of the final finish...Thanks to God our driver was okay...

Now on to Las Vegas for the March 2nd race...

This is from an article about the race:


The newly formed Reaume Brothers Racing & Julius Curry Racing team shocked competitors after being quiet all winter long and showing up with a sporty R-Coin Silverado entered in the NextEra Energy Resources 250. During Fox Sports 1 practice coverage, Michael Waltrip commented on the attitude of the truck and the unique paint scheme featuring R-Coin prominently on the hood.

As the weekend progressed it quickly became apparent that, in its debut, the Ilmor spec engine package had surprisingly more power than the standard built engine of last year.

Despite not having the power of the Ilmor race engine the 33 Silverado had impressive speed. In fact the lap turn during qualifying would have started the 33 truck in 24th out of 42 entries in the 2018 Daytona race. Unfortunately with a large number of teams opting for the Ilmor package RBR failed to qualify for the event alongside other teams running built engines.

“Clearly the Ilmor engines have proven to be superior and if we want be competitive we’re going to have to make some changes. The important part for our organization is to grow from this challenge and be thankful we know to make the necessary changes after race one instead of struggling further into the year.” Team owner and Driver Josh Reaume

“We made a statement this weekend. We’re here to compete and be competitive. Look out!” -Reaume