Bayley Currey on Saturday’s Race at Atlanta Motor Speedway: “We had such a fast Chevrolet in Daytona, and I know this Niece Motorsports group will bring another strong piece to Atlanta,” said Currey. “We had a strong run here last year, so I’m looking to build upon that this season in our AutoVentive/ Silverado.”

By The Numbers: Saturday’s race marks Currey’s third NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series start at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Currey’s best finish of fourth came with Niece Motorsports in this race last season.

Currey has six NASCAR Xfinity Series starts at the 1.5-mile track, with a best finish of 14th coming in 2021. In addition, Currey has one Cup Series start at Atlanta.

On the Truck: Currey’s No. 41 Chevrolet Silverado will race with support from AutoVentive, Precision Vehicle Logistics and

Recapping the Last Race: After advancing to the final round of qualifying, Currey and the No. 41 AutoVentive/Precision Vehicle Logistics Chevrolet started last Friday night’s race in ninth. Currey ran toward the front of the pack for much of the race, until a spinning truck collected the No. 41 into the inside retaining wall. The team worked hard to get back into contention, before another wreck in overtime left the No. 41 in 13th.

Currey on Last Race at Daytona International Speedway: “We had a great Chevrolet tonight,” said Currey. “Our AutoVentive/Precision Silverado was really fast and I’m proud of the team back at the shop for putting this truck together. After the contact with the No. 32, we rallied back and got up towards the top-10 coming to the line, as the field got wadded up and another truck landed on mine.”

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