After competing in select NASCAR Xfinity Series events over the last two seasons, Kyle Sieg will finally contest his first full-time season in the second-tier series in 2023, piloting a third entry for his family-owned organization.
Sieg, who competed in about half of the series’ events in 2022, will inherit the driving duties of the No. 28 Ford Mustang for RSS Racing, joining Ryan Sieg and Joe Graf Jr. as the team’s three anchor drivers.
We are thrilled to announce that @KyleSieg39 will run the full @XfinityRacing schedule in 2023 in the #28 Ford. A big thanks to all of our marketing partners for making this possible. pic.twitter.com/skDTB3n369
— RSS Racing (@RSS283839) February 1, 2023
The 21-year-old has shown some bright spots in his limited NASCAR Xfinity Series starts, including a top-10 result at Daytona International Speedway in August of 2022. In his 19 career starts, the youngest of the Sieg brothers has recorded five top-20s.
According to RSS Racing’s official announcement post, Cedar Ridge Landscaping, Night Owl Contractors, All American Pool & Spa, and TA Services will provide sponsorship backing for Sieg’s effort in the No. 28 Ford Mustang.