CJ McLaughlin joins Reaume Brothers Racing for 2021 NASCAR season
SciAps Racing driver — and Northeast sales representative — CJ Mclaughlin joins Reaume Brothers Racing for five races in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and five races with MBM Motorsports managed by Reaume Brothers Racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
“I look forward to working with CJ again this year. He made his truck series debut with us back in 2019 at Iowa,” owner Josh Reaume says. “It has been great to see him continue to grow and excel in his career, and it will be exciting to see him back in one of our trucks.”
CJ feels the same way about returning in the Truck Series. “It’s a momentum-based race. Track position is key, and ground can be made up during stop and start times, making the competition even tighter than the Xfinity Series,” CJ says.
Mclaughlin has made great strides in his career since his debut with RBR back in 2019, having earned 11 starts in the Xfinity series with RSS Racing and BJ McLeod Motorsports.
SciAps and CJ have been teamed up since 2018 on and off the track. CJ says he grew up racing “anything with a steering wheel and a motor,” before starting a career as an NDT/PMI technician. Now, SciAps Racing sponsors CJ’s racing career, and CJ demos SciAps handheld XRF and LIBS analyzers to potential customers in scrap recycling and metals analysis.
SciAps, Inc., is a Boston-based instrumentation company specializing in portable analytical instruments. SciAps provides industry-leading X-ray fluorescence (XRF) and laser-based (LIBS) analyzers to measure any element, anyplace on the planet. Their analyzers are at work across every major industry, including oil/gas, metals and mining, aerospace, battery and strategic metals (lithium, rare-earth elements), scrap metal recycling, chemical and petrochemical, military, forensics and law enforcement. Easily configured to measure elements in all types of materials, expanding applications range from space exploration to anti-viral coatings battling the pandemic to environmental contaminants.
Camping World Truck Series
May 1: Kansas Speedway
May 28: Charlotte Motor Speedway
Sept. 16: Bristol Motor Speedway
Sept. 24: Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Oct. 2: Talladega Super Speedway
June 12: Texas Motor Speedway
July 17: New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Sept. 4: Darlington Raceway
Sept. 11: Richmond Raceway
Sept. 25: Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Oct. 30: Martinsville Speedway
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