Niece Motorsports named Bayley Currey to drive for them full-time in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, beginning in 2024.
Currey will pilot the No. 41 Chevrolet Silverado full-time. This announcement comes five days removed from Currey’s fifth-place finish at Homestead-Miami Speedway in that truck.
The Homestead success was his third top-5 finish and fourth top-10 this season. He also finished fourth at Atlanta, fifth at Nashville after leading a lap and 10th at The Milwaukee Mile.
“Al [Niece] and everyone at Niece Motorsports have always been good to me, so it means a lot to get to race for them next year,” Currey said. “I’ve been working in the shop for the majority of this season, so I’ve seen firsthand the preparation that goes into bringing quality Chevrolets to the track every week. I’m looking forward to running up front and contending for wins.”
“Bayley is incredibly talented and we are excited to have him on board full-time next year,” said Cody Efaw, the general manager of Niece Motorsports. “Bayley has been in the shop this season working alongside everyone here. He puts in the work on and off the track, and it continues to show in his performance. We have high expectations next season across the board at Niece Motorsports.”
Currey boasts 43 career NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series starts, as well as 111 Xfinity Series starts and 12 Cup Series starts.
He’ll make start No. 44 in Trucks next Friday, November 3, during the Craftsman 150 at Phoenix. The green flag flies just after 10 p.m. ET (Broadcast: FS1, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio).