Kyle Sieg, the younger brother of NASCAR Xfinity Series veteran Ryan Sieg, will return to the second-tier series for a full-season campaign in 2024, once again driving a Ford Mustang for the family-owned RSS Racing.
The organization made its official announcement on Friday, in the form of a social media post that reads: “We are excited to have Kyle Sieg racing full time in 2024. Looking forward to having two Siegs on track for all 33 races.”
Sieg joins his older brother, Ryan, as the two drivers currently announced to compete full-time in the series for RSS Racing. No further details (car number, sponsorship, etc.) were provided with Friday’s announcement.
— RSS Racing (@RSSRacing__) December 1, 2023
A native of Tucker, Georgia, Sieg made his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut at Dover Motor Speedway in 2021, and since then has steadily increased his presence in the series year-over-year.
This past season, the 22-year-old racer competed in 31 of 33 events on the Xfinity Series calendar, sitting out the road course event of Sonoma Raceway, as well as the inaugural Chicago Street Race.
During his nearly full-time campaign in 2023, Sieg collected a career-best result of seventh-place during the Summer event at Atlanta Motor Speedway, his second top-10 in the series.
At season’s end, Sieg was credited with a 22nd-place finish in NASCAR Xfinity Series point standings, after a couple of difficult results at the end of the season knocked him out of contention for a top-20 points finish.