Bayley Currey on Friday’s Race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway: “The last two weeks we’ve had trucks that were capable of winning, but just didn’t have luck on our side,” said Currey. “I feel confident if we keep brining trucks that fast to the track, we’ll be able to get the job done. I enjoy racing at Las Vegas and have a decent amount of experience here that should help us Friday night.”

By The Numbers: Friday’s race marks Currey’s third NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series start at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, both coming in 2018, and resulting in top-20 finishes.

Currey has eight NASCAR Xfinity Series starts at the 1.5-mile track, with a best finish of 13th coming in the fall of 2021.

On the Truck: Currey’s No. 41 Chevrolet Silverado will race with support from Niece Equipment.

Public Appearances: Currey will participate in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series autograph session on Friday, March 1 at 3:30 pm, located in the Neon Garage.

Recapping the Last Race: Bayley Currey and the No. 41 AutoVentive/DealBadger team lined up 20th for Saturday afternoon’s race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. From the drop of the green flag, Currey began working his way to the front of the field, closing out Stage One in the top-10. With varying pit strategies playing out in the second stage, Currey once again earned stage points before entering the final stage. As the laps wound down, Currey was battling for position in the top-five before damage to the No. 41 ended his day.

Currey on Last Race at Atlanta Motor Speedway: “We had another really, really good truck this weekend,” said Currey. “Our AutoVentive/DealBadger Chevrolet, I think, was a race winning truck. It was an unfortunate end to our day, but I’m looking forward to Vegas. We brought two fast trucks to both Daytona, and Atlanta and hope we can get it done next week.”

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