Ryan Sieg, a long-time journeyman in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and formerly the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, will return for another season with his family-owned organization RSS Racing, the driver confirmed on Friday.
A native of Tucker, Georgia, Sieg will continue the search for his first victory in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2024, piloting the No. 39 Ford Mustang, with full-season sponsorship from SciAps.
“Excited to be back full-time in 2024 in the Xfinity Series,” said Sieg in a social media post on Friday. “We have SciAps as the sponsor for all 33 races. Looking forward to closing this season strong.”
Excited to be back full time in 2024 in the Xfinity Series. We have SciAps as the sponsor for all 33 races. Looking forward to closing this season strong. pic.twitter.com/1XZZ9bXE1L
— Ryan Sieg Racing (@RyanSiegRacing) October 20, 2023
Earlier this season, Sci-Aps, a former partner of RSS Racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, returned to the organization to sponsor the No. 39 Ford Mustang after the entry’s former full-season partner – CMR Roofing – was no longer displayed on the organization’s vehicle.
With three races remaining on the NASCAR Xfinity Series calendar in 2023, Sieg currently sits 18th in driver point standings, on the strength of four finishes inside the top-10, the fewest he’s accumulated in a single season since 2018.
Additional details surrounding the driver, sponsor, and personnel lineup of RSS Racing’s NASCAR Xfinity Series program for 2024, will come at a later date.