Ryan Sieg Biography
Ryan Sieg born as Ryan Shane Sieg is an American professional stock car racing driver and team owner. He was born on June 20th, 1987 in Tucker, Georgia.
He contends full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No. 39 Chevrolet Camaro for RSS Racing. He is the more youthful sibling of previous driver Shane Sieg.
Ryan Sieg Age
He was born on June 20th, 1987 in Tucker, Georgia.
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Ryan Sieg Career | Ryan Sieg NASCAR Racing | Ryan Sieg Xfinity Series
Sieg made his NASCAR debut in 2009, contending in the Camping World Truck Series Kroger 250 at Martinsville Speedway. Driving the No. 21 Dodge for GunBroker Racing, Sieg began sixteenth yet completed 34th because of a start issue.
At The Milwaukee Mile, he would begin an incomplete calendar for his family-claimed race group. In nine races, Ryan recorded six top-20 wraps up completion of ninth at Gateway International Raceway.
For 2010, Sieg and his sibling Shane both wanted to run the full Truck Series plan for the No. 39 and No. 93 trucks, individually. In spite of having no real sponsorship, Sieg had the option to run the whole season, completing 21 of the 25 races and gaining two top-10 wraps up, an eighth at Kentucky Speedway and a ninth at Dover International Speedway.
On June 10, 2011, Sieg completed seventh in the WinStar World Casino 400K at Texas Motor Speedway, denoting his best profession complete in his 44th begin in the Camping World Truck Series. He likewise drove ten laps before in the wake of remaining out on a pit stop. At the September 2 Truck Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, he directed his No. 39 RSS Racing Chevy to a fifteenth spot wrap up.
For 2012, Sieg drove six laps at the Charlotte Motor Speedway race in the wake of remaining out on a pit quit during an alert. He ran the last three laps in the third position before completing in fifteenth in the wake of coming up short on fuel on the last lap at Michigan International Speedway on August 18, denoting his best last laps position in the Camping World Truck Series. He would later score a sixth spot complete at Phoenix.
In 2013, notwithstanding running the full Camping World Truck Series season, Sieg substituted for Jeremy Clements in the NASCAR Nationwide Series during the last’s suspension. Later in the year, he kept running at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the Indiana 250 for his own group.
In 2019, Sieg came back to the Truck Series for the JEGS 200 at Dover, driving the No. 33 Chevrolet for Reaume Brothers Racing. In the wake of beginning toward the end in 32nd, he completed sixteenth.
In February 2014, RSS Racing reported that Sieg would run the full Truck Series season and at any rate the initial five Nationwide Series races in 2014. He completed in the ninth spot in the season-opening DRIVE4COPD 300 at Daytona International Speedway, his first top 10 in the Nationwide Series.
After Fontana, it was reported that Sieg would concentrate his endeavors on the Nationwide Series for the rest of the period, running for Rookie of the Year. Sieg then earned notoriety himself at the July race at Daytona when he drafted Kasey Kahne past colleague Regan Smith to his first Nationwide triumph since 2007.
In doing as such, he likewise scored his first profession top 5 complete with a third spot complete, enough to place him in the first of four races in the 2014 Nationwide Dash 4 Cash occasion the following week at New Hampshire. Sieg was somewhat great in 2014, having some other strong hurries to oblige the two top 10s to complete the season sixteenth in focuses.
In 2015, Sieg came back to the Xfinity Series with new support Uncle Bob’s Self Storage at the season opener at Daytona. He completed 38th in the wake of being engaged with the principal enormous one.
Sieg had a steady season with completing numerous races under the twentieth, including an eighth spot complete at Kansas, completing eleventh in focuses. Sieg lost the sponsorship from Uncle Bob’s for 2016 however various patrons filled the void.
A few features of the period included nearly fitting the bill for the Dash 4 Cash at Dover International Speedway, running in the best five at Daytona International Speedway, and meeting all requirements for the debut Xfinity Series Chase before being thumped out after the first round.
In May 2017, Sieg was marked by BK Racing to drive their No. 83 Toyota Camry in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series at Dover International Speedway for the AAA 400 Drive for Autism, his MENCS debut.
After a month, he supplanted Gray Gaulding in BK’s No. 23 Camry for the FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan. Sieg recorded his best profession Xfinity completion of second at Iowa Speedway just seven days after the fact. Later in the season, Sieg’s Xfinity return vehicle for Darlington Raceway respected Ryan’s sibling Shane Sieg, who had passed away two ends of the week earlier.
On January 24, 2018, Sieg reported another full season with RSS Racing. After a 6th spot keeps running at Talladega Superspeedway in the spring, Sieg qualified for the Xfinity Series Dash 4 Cash at Dover International Speedway after Spencer Gallagher’s qualification was stripped. A pit street punishment during the race anticipated Sieg from making it any dad in the D4C.
Sieg’s endeavors got a lift in 2018 with the expansion of two begin and park vehicles that RSS Racing additionally handled to help subsidize Sieg’s endeavors in the No. 39.
On December 27, 2018, Sieg declared another full Xfinity season with RSS Racing, with the objective of making the playoffs just because of 2016. In the wake of scoring his second top-five of the year at the spring Richmond Raceway occasion, Sieg sat ninth in the point standings. He credited new group boss Shane Wilson and new autos from Richard Childress Racing as impetuses for the uptick in execution.