Bayley Currey on Saturday’s Race at Circuit of the Americas: “I’m excited to head home to Texas and race at COTA,” said Currey. “I enjoy road course racing and I know how strong all of the Niece trucks were here last season. We’ve had fast trucks all year, so I know we will this weekend too. We’ll do our best to run a smart race in our AutoVentive/Precision Vehicle Logistics Chevrolet and be in contention at the end.”

By The Numbers: Saturday’s race marks Currey’s second NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series start at Circuit of the Americas. His previous start at the 3.41-mile road course came with Niece Motorsports in 2021.

Currey has no shortage of road course experience, with 14 NASCAR Xfinity Series starts on road courses.

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

Recapping the Last Race: Bayley Currey and the No. 41 team lined up 12th to start Saturday night’s first short track race of the season. Track position proved crucial, as moving through the field was tough. Currey ran a clean race in the top-15 for most of the day, before crossing the finish line in 11th.

Currey on Last Race at Bristol Motor Speedway: “After the last three races, I’m pretty happy about finishing 11th today,” said Currey. “Niece Motorsports and my No. 41 team brought another great truck. This place is tough to pass right now and I think we can go back to the drawing board and improve for fall but I am ready for COTA next week.”

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