Josh Reaume to oversee Xfinity operations for RSS Racing

Jerry Bonkowski
NBC Sports

Reaume Brothers Racing and RSS Racing on Monday announced a new association between the two teams for the remainder of the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series season.

The relationship is effective immediately, per a team statement.

Josh Reaume and his team will manage the racing operations of RSS Racing’s No. 93 Chevrolet, driven by Myatt Snider, who finished a career-best fourth place in Sunday’s Xfinity race at Pocono.

Jeff Green will continue as Snider’s crew chief.

Reaume, who has been racing part-time in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series, has a long relationship with RSS Racing, dating back to 2016 when he served as Ryan Sieg’s race engineer in 2016.

“Myatt and Jeff both have a lot of talent and we, as a team, are looking forward to going the extra mile and put Myatt in a position to race for the Xfinity (championship),” Reaume said in a statement.

RSS Racing will continue to be based in Georgia, the team said.

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