By Joe Laracuente and Jonathan Fjeld
HAMPTON, GA. — Kyle Sieg won big during the overtime chaos as he leaped to a seventh-place finish in the Alsco Uniforms 250 at Atlanta.
It’s Sieg’s best career finish and bests his previous best finish of 2023, 11th at Charlotte.
He qualified 34th and struggled with handling but the team worked on the car throughout the race.
“We had a good car but we weren’t really that good. Hell, I qualified 34th and couldn’t really hold it wide open and was all over the place. Teddy made adjustments to where we could hold it wide open at the end and we showed what we could do,” Sieg told TRE post-race.
Sieg started the year with Brad Parrott as his crew chief. Then, ahead of the Darlington race in May, Teddy Brown took over for Parrott.
“Ever since we made a crew chief change, we’ve been 100% better. We’ve been fast and we’re good everywhere,” Sieg said.
Full interview with Kyle Sieg is here:
Brown and Sieg have the strong Atlanta finish, an 11th-place finish at Charlotte and a ninth-place start at Nashville under their belt after five races together.
Now they head to New Hampshire Motor Speedway, July 15, for the Ambetter Health 200.
Last year, Sieg’s brother, Ryan, won stage one and led 10 laps but crashed out on lap 124 of 200.