NASCAR Whelen Euro Sequence champion Loris Hezemans has signed on for a pair of Xfinity Sequence begins

Loris Hezemans will make his second profession Xfinity Sequence begin and first on an oval this weekend on the Phoenix Raceway. He’ll drive the No. 13 Reaume Brothers Racing Chevrolet Camaro within the Name 811 Earlier than You Dig 200 race on Saturday. His two-race deal will conclude at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Might twenty ninth.

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A local of Eindhoven, Netherlands, Loris Hezemans will carry Hezeberg Methods as his main sponsor. It will likely be the primary time he’ll race on an oval within the Xfinity Sequence. Hezemans’ solely different begin was in 2019 at Street America, the place he completed P22 for BJ McLeod.

So as to get Loris Hezemans a assured spot, Reaume Brothers Racing wanted to associate with MBM Motorsports.

Loris Hezemans is simply 23 years outdated

Hezemans has 111 begins in his profession over a number of collection, such because the Renault Clio Cup Benelux in 2014 and the TCR Worldwide Sequence the next 12 months. The Dutchman additionally raced within the Audi Sport TT Cup, the ADAC GT Masters, and the Blancpain GT Sequence Dash Cup.

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In 2018, Loris Hezemans raced full-time within the NASCAR Whelen Euro Sequence – Elite 1, scoring a win and 5 podiums in a dozen begins. He received the championship with 4 victories and 6 podiums the next season.

Final 12 months, he posted a pair of wins and 5 podiums in ten begins to complete third within the standings. Total, Hezemans has discovered the winner’s circle ten occasions, 27 podiums, and 5 poles.

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Hezemans comes from a racing household. His father, Toine, was a former Dutch touring and prototype driver, who turned the European Touring Automobile Champion in 1970 and 1973. His grandfather, Mathieu, additionally raced within the Netherlands.

Printed 12 Mar 2021, 00:33 IST

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