Josh Reaume suspended for violating NASCAR sensitivity coverage


By Jerry Jordan, Editor

An insensitive, anti-Semitic put up on social media has led NASCAR to indefinitely droop driver and staff co-owner, Josh Reaume.

A supply instructed Kickin’ the Tires, over the weekend, that Reaume, 30, posted a photograph of a swastika on a social media platform. That picture was apparently captured by the supply and turned over to NASCAR.

Per  NASCAR guidelines, Reaume violated Rule 12.8.1 and 12.8.1.e, “NASCAR Members shall not make or trigger to be made a public assertion and/or communication that criticizes, ridicules, or in any other case disparages one other individual based mostly upon that individual’s race, coloration, creed, nationwide origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital standing, faith, age, or handicapping situation.”

#00: Josh Reaume, Reaume Brothers Racing, Chevrolet Silverado

Reaume drives the No. 00 within the NASCAR Gander RV and Open air Truck Collection and is a co-owner of the Reaume Brothers Racing staff. He was born in Redlands, California and commenced racing go-karts in 1997. The staff started racing full-time within the Truck Collection in 2018. In 87 begins between the NASCAR Xfinity Collection and the truck collection, Reaume has one Prime 10 end. His common end in Xfinity is thirty fourth and his common end in vehicles is twenty third. 

He was notified of the state of affairs through the season-finale weekend at Phoenix Raceway, based on NASCAR. A message despatched to Reaume searching for remark has not but been returned.

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