Bayley Currey, who has impressed in a part-time role in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series with Niece Motorsports, will move to the series full-time in 2024. Currey will pilot the No. 41 Chevrolet Silverado for Niece Motorsports the team announced on Thursday.
Sponsorship for the effort will be announced in December.
Currey, 26, is excited to contest the full slate of NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races next season with the organization.
“I’m excited for the opportunity to race for Niece Motorsports full-time next season,” said Currey in a team press release. “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. 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.”
The team holds Currey in high regard, as the racer has shown his incredible work ethic in the shop, and has shown his penchant for solid results on the race track this season.
“Bayley is incredibly talented and we are excited to have him on board full-time next year,” said Niece Motorsports General Manger Cody Efaw. “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.”
In 10 starts with the No. 41 Niece Motorsports team this season, Currey has racked up three top-five finishes, and four top-10s. The best finish of the year for Currey was a solid fourth-place effort at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Currey finished fifth in last week’s NCTS race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
The native of Driftwood, Texas has notched 43 starts in NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series competition to go along with 111 NASCAR Xfinity Series starts and 12 NASCAR Cup Series starts over the course of his young career.