Germain Racing Team

As in 2009, Max Papis’ 2010 efforts in the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Camping World Truck Series run under the Germain Racing banner. The team was established in 2004 by the Germain brothers (Bob, Steve and Rick) – a family affiliated with Toyota for over 40 years as an automotive retail network. It was natural that the Germain family followed Toyota as they entered the NASCAR field, and in 2006 – after only 26 months in business – Germain Racing delivered Toyota its first major NASCAR championship when their No. 30 Tundra, driven by Todd Bodine, won the Camping World Truck Series.Since joining the Truck Series, the No. 30 Tundra has been the top-performing Tundra over all other Toyota race teams. Germain Racing has collected a total of 18 Truck Series wins and seven pole awards

Located not far from the Papis residence in Mooresville, N.C., Germain Racing sits on a three-acre campus with two buildings, 52,000 square feet of shop and office space, paint and body shops, multiple surface plates, a four-post rig, two epoxy setup plates and a chassis dyno. The team holds elite status as being one of a few teams that competes in each of NASCAR’s three national series as well as in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series

In addition to the #13 GEICO Toyota Camry driven by Max Papis in NASCAR’s highest ranked division, the Sprint Cup Series, and the #9 GEICO Toyota Tundra also driven by Max Papis in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Germain Racing is home to the #24 Camry driven by Zach Germain, the #15 Camry driven by Michael Annett and #30 Tundra driven by Todd Bodine. Visit for more information.




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