NASCARBayley Currey returns to the Truck Series at Kansas

Bayley Currey returns to the Truck Series at Kansas

By Sarah Handy, Staff Writer 

Bayley Currey will make his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start of the season at Kansas Speedway on Saturday with Niece Motorsports.

Currey will pilot the No. 45 Sharky’s Pub & Grub Chevrolet Silverado in Saturday evening’s Wise Power 200. The Chevrolet’s throwback scheme will pay tribute to Niece Motorsports first Truck Series win. That win came two years at Kansas Speedway with Ross Chastain behind the wheel of the No. 45.


 “I’m thankful to Mr. Niece and everyone at Niece Motorsports for the opportunity to come race their Chevy this weekend in Kansas,” said Currey.  “The truck looks phenomenal – it’s a neat tribute to the organization’s first win here two years ago.  I’m looking forward to Saturday night’s race in our Sharky’s Chevrolet.”

Currey is no stranger to the organization having made four Truck Series starts during the 2020 season for the team. In those four starts, Currey finished no worse than 18th. His best result, a 12th place finish came at Darlington Raceway last September.

The Driftwood, Texas native has two previous NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts at Kansas; both saw finishes of 29th due to mechanical issues. However, in three NASCAR Xfinity Series starts at the 1.5-mile tri oval racetrack, Currey has a best finish of 18th last October. In addition, he also has one NASCAR Cup Series start at the track in 2019 finishing 33rd. 

Saturday evening’s Wise Power 200 from Kansas Speedway is scheduled for 7:30 PM Eastern on FS1 and MRN.

Feature Photo Credit: Nigel Kinrade Photography / NKP Photo 

Sarah Handy
Sarah Handy
A native of Rhode Island, and not growing up in a family that followed much racing, she watched it on occasion as a youngster, but her passion for the sport truly came to light around 2002-2003. Sarah is a 2021 graduate of Southern New Hampshire University with a BA in Communications with a concentration in Public Relations. In 2016, after starting her own blog but without much success, Sarah was approached to join Rubbings Racing as a Staff Writer. She went on to spend about three years writing for the outlet and helping manage their social media accounts. Following her time with Rubbings Racing, Sarah went on to join Kickin’ the Tires in May of 2019 with this year being her second full season with the outlet. Her favorite tracks include her home track of New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Martinsville Speedway and Charlotte Motor Speedway to name a few. In addition to her racing work with Kickin’ the Tires, Sarah is also the Director of Marketing for NASCAR driver Ryan Ellis. When not at the racetrack, she enjoys reading, running, soccer and hanging out with her friends.


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