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Kyle Sieg Returns to RSS Racing for Full Xfinity Series Season in 2024

Kyle Sieg Returns to RSS Racing: In 2024, Kyle Sieg gears up for his maiden full Xfinity Series season with a return to RSS Racing, marking a significant step in his racing career.

At 22 years old, Sieg has already notched 50 starts in the Xfinity Series, all under the banner of the family-founded RSS Racing. His Xfinity journey commenced in 2021, initially featuring two starts while predominantly engaging in the ARCA Menards Series.

Throughout 2022, Sieg amplified his Xfinity Series presence with 17 more starts, achieving a notable milestone by securing his inaugural top-10 finish at the Daytona summer race.

Returning to RSS Racing for the previous season, Sieg bolstered his participation with 31 starts, predominantly steering the No. 28 Ford. His commendable performance at Atlanta led to another top-10 finish, culminating in a part-time season rounding off with an average finish of 23.5.

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Notably absent from Sieg’s 2023 Xfinity campaign were appearances at Sonoma and Chicago. The No. 28 Ford saw substitute drivers in these races, with Aric Almirola taking the helm at Sonoma and clinching victory in the track’s inaugural Xfinity event. Brent Sherman stepped in at Chicago, finishing in 34th place.

Joining forces with his brother Ryan Sieg, Kyle’s addition to the RSS Racing roster augments the team’s lineup. Ryan recently confirmed his return for the full 2024 season, partnering with SciAps as the primary sponsor across all 33 races, solidifying the team’s roster for the upcoming season.

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Our Reader’s Queries

Who owns RSS Racing?

Based in Tucker, Georgia, RSS Racing is a NASCAR Xfinity Series team owned by Rod Sieg and Pamela Sieg. The team boasts a talented roster of race drivers, including Kyle Sieg, Blaine Perkins, and Ryan Sieg. Additionally, they have a part-time driver slot open for the upcoming season. With a strong track record and a commitment to excellence, RSS Racing is a force to be reckoned with in the world of NASCAR.

RSS Racing is adding a new driver to their team for the 2022 season. Kyle Sieg, the younger brother of Xfinity Series veteran Ryan Sieg, will be taking the wheel of the No. 28 car on a part-time basis. His first race will be at the season-opener in Daytona International Speedway. We’re excited to see what this talented driver can bring to the track.

Has Ryan Sieg won a race?

At the July race in Daytona, Sieg made a name for himself by expertly drafting Kasey Kahne past his teammate Regan Smith, helping Kahne secure his first Nationwide victory since 2007. Sieg’s impressive skills on the track earned him well-deserved recognition and praise.

Khushal Bhatia
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