Bayley Currey will return to the No. 15 JD Motorsports NASCAR Xfinity Series entry, a ride he has made three starts in since Colby Howard departed the team heading into the Richmond Raceway event, next weekend at Texas Motor Speedway in the Andy’s Frozen Custard 335.
Joining Currey will be his longtime partner Fort Worth Screen Printing, according to a JD Motorsports team release. The company, which has provided screen printing services since 1997, will have their maroon and gold colors plastered on the No. 15 ride.
The paint scheme was designed by Joe Crowdes Designs.
“It’s always nice to return home, especially to one of my favorite tracks on the circuit,” Currey said in a press release. “I’ve always ran well here and I’m looking forward to a good run with Fort Worth Screen Printing.”
In addition to Fort Worth Screen Printing, the 24-year old driver will have backing from a slew of companies for this event including Tuff Skinz, Freelancers Esports, Athens Screen Printing and Factory Setups.
Currey, who hails from Texas, has finished 27th, 13th and 36th in his three starts with JD Motorsports in 2021. Kris Wright is scheduled to run the No. 15 machine this weekend at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval.
The best finish of the season for Currey came at Phoenix Raceway in the spring, driving for Mike Harmon Racing. Currey finished seventh on that day. Currey’s career-best NASCAR Xfinity Series finish at Texas Motor Speedway was a 12th-place effort last season in the Mike Harmon Racing No. 74 entry.
Currey will look to better that finish next weekend.