Lofton & Ickler getting some seat time in the Nationwide series.

NIKAL

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# CJM signs Lofton for 4 races: ARCA RE/MAX regular Justin Lofton will join the CJM Racing family as the team will field a second car for four races later this season. Lofton is slated to run NASCAR Nationwide Series races at Michigan, Lowe's, Texas and Homestead. More details regarding sponsorship and specific details about the second team will be announced at a later time.(CJM Racing PR)(7-7-2009)

# Braun announces #32 driver lineup for remainder of year: Braun Racing is pleased to announce that David Reutimann, Reed Sorenson and Brian Ickler will join Brian Vickers behind the wheel of the No. 32 Dollar General Toyota Camry for the remainder of the 2009 NASCAR Nationwide Series season. Reutimann will pilot the #32 O'Reilly Raceway Park in July, Bristol Motor Speedway in August, Richmond International Raceway and Dover International Raceway in September and Homestead-Miami Speedway in November. At Gateway International Raceway in July, Sorenson will take the wheel of the #32 with hopes of duplicating his victories in 2005 and 2007. Up-and-coming driver, Brian Ickler, is no stranger to Iowa Speedway. He will make his second NASCAR Nationwide Series start from the seat of the # 32. Ickler will also drive the car at Memphis Motorsports Park in October. The driver for the August race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and the November event at Phoenix International Raceway will be announced at a later date.(Braun Racing PR)(7-7-2009)
 

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Justin has been running extremely well in the ARCA series, and has a shot at the Championship. For his 2nd year, very impressive stats.

As for Brian, this is a no brainer. He needs to be in a Nationwide or Truck full-time next year. Braun is tied with Gibbs, and he's good buddies with Kyle Busch. It's a winning combination, can't wait to see what's in store for the both of them.

Off-road born boys making it running roundy round, way cool.
 
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