STATESVILLE, N.C. – Officials from Jordan Anderson Racing announced Thursday that brothers Bobby Reuse and Roger Reuse will split a partial NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season driving the organization’s flagship No. 3 Chevrolet Silverado.
Bobby Reuse will make his initial Truck Series start Feb. 19 at the Daytona (Fla.) Int’l Speedway Road Course in the BrakeBest Brake Pads 159, with support from the restaurant chain I Heart Mac & Cheese and More, along with JAR team partners Bommarito Automotive Group and Lucas Oil.
Roger Reuse will make his first start of the season at a later date.
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“This will be my best effort at a NASCAR road course since I started competing in NASCAR as a driver five years ago.” said Bobby Reuse. “With Jordan finishing second in last Friday’s nights NextEra (Energy Resources) 250, it gives us a fantastic starting position. The truck that JAR and Bruce Cook have put together for me provides a recipe to give the team a great opportunity to have a really strong finish.
“With all of the experience I have on the Daytona Road Course in SCCA GTA and GT1 competition, I’m confident we will have a great showing to welcome our new partner – I Heart Mac & Cheese and More – to the sport of NASCAR. It has been exciting to watch the progression of Jordan’s team over the years, and we are incredibly proud to be a part of it.”
The Reuse brothers are no strangers to competing on the road courses of NASCAR, as they both have starts with JAR in 2018 and 2019 in the Truck Series, as well as four starts each in the NASCAR Xfinity Series with other teams.
“We are all proud to welcome Bobby and Roger Reuse back to our team this year for their collective effort to a partial schedule in the No. 3 truck,” said team owner Jordan Anderson. “It has been quite the journey growing this team from its roots to where it is now – and Bobby and Roger have both been incredible supporters of the vision from day one. I know they both will do a great job working alongside the team and crew chief Bruce Cook as we push to provide competitive Chevrolet Silverado trucks for our drivers to run.”
After the completion of the BrakeBest Brake Pads 159, Bobby Reuse will compete in an additional three Truck Series events during the season, while Roger Reuse will compete in four events.
Additional partners for the Reuse brothers’ Truck Series effort will be announced at a later date.