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Faction46 Team Debuting in NASCAR Truck Series in 2024

When the 2024 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series season gets underway at Daytona International Speedway, there will be a new team — Faction46 — on the entry list.

The team announced its intention to compete in an interview video with Eric Estepp on Out of the Groove. The team shared a preview of the interview video on social media on Thursday.

“Built on a tradition of speed and family. #faction46,” the post accompanying the video on X read.

According to the team’s website, it will have an affiliation with Niece Motorsports, and the team will be co-owned by Lane Moore and Logan Moore. The team will field the No. 46 Chevrolet Silverado RST.

While a driver has yet to be announced, Lane Moore explained to Estepp that an announcement is coming very soon.

“People will be surprised, but it’ll be just a little bit later this week,” Moore stated.

No sponsors, crew chiefs, or other details about the program were divulged on Thursday, but the team did show off its logo.

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