Niece Motorsports, which fields four full-time entries in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series this season, will add a fourth truck, the No. 41, for Ross Chastain to pilot this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
The team made the announcement in the form of a Tweet on Monday.
— Niece Motorsports (@NieceMotorsport) March 14, 2022
The 29-year old will pilot a truck with sponsorship from Eat Florida Watermelon. The No. 41 truck had been fielded by Cram Racing Enterprises for the last few seasons, but the Cram team has not made an appearance yet in the 2022 season.
Chastain scored three wins for the organization and finished runner-up during his full-time Truck Series campaign in 2019. Since moving on to the NASCAR Xfinity Series full-time in 2020 and NASCAR Cup Series full-time in 2021, Chastain has continued to make occasional starts for Niece Motorsports each season.
The relationship will continue for another year.
Chastain is coming off the high of his best-career NASCAR Cup Series finish, a second-place effort this past weekend at Phoenix Raceway. Chastain has finished inside the top-three in the last two NASCAR Cup Series events.