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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Reaume's race team featured multiple drivers in 2021 with a heavy dose of Reaume and Lawless Alan. The team would make all but one of the 22 events, failing to qualify for the season-opener at Daytona. It would be a long, hard slog for the No. 34 team. The driving conglomerate earned just two Top-20 finishes the entire season. Plans have not been announced for 2022, but it's believed that we could see a similar approach behind the wheel. Reaume could see some time, and a good number of free agent drivers will likely share the seat throughout the season. There's a lot of work to be done here for this to become a more competitive effort.
This race team ran the full schedule last season with a host of different drivers behind the wheel of the No. 33 Chevrolet. Reaume made just four of the 23 starts while a conglomerate filled in the rest of the schedule. As a group they netted one Top-10 and two Top-20 finishes. It was a campaign marked by wild inconsistency at times. The plans for this team have not been announced at the time of this writing, but it's expected that Reaume will return for the full schedule with another mix of drivers in 2021. The lack of consistency behind the wheel and the lack of consistency on the race track are two themes that will likely continue forward into the upcoming season.
The owner/driver raced the full schedule in 2019 with himself and other drivers. Reaume made 10 of the 23 starts and nabbed one of the team's two Top-10 finishes. Among some of the other drivers featured were: Josh Bilicki, Mason Massey, Daniel Sasnett, Ryan Sieg and others. The conglomerate compiled two Top-10 and five Top-15 finishes vs. eight DNF's. So despite some good performances, there was a lack of consistency finishing in this race team. Reaume will field this team once again and aim for better consistency in 2020. The team returns intact with similar sponsorship and team makeup.
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