Since 2013, Ryan Sieg has raced for the Ryan Shane Sieg Racing team. The outfit itself primarily raced with the Chevrolet banner since 2009 for the Truck series, and 2013 for the Xfinity series. However, all that has changed now, as the team is switching to Ford for the coming season.
Sieg has been in good form so far in his career, racking up consecutive Xfinity playoff appearances. Now, the switch to Ford will be a new challenge for him. Even though he is in an unfamiliar machine, he will relish the challenge.
This will be the first time he ever races for Ford, as he stuck with Chevy for most of his career. However, in 2009, he drove for Dodge in the Truck series, and for Toyota in the 2017 Cup Series.
According to a statement, Sieg will return to the #39 Ford Mustang. Furthermore, the Roush Yates Engines brand will provide engine components to the team, which effectively ends a 10-year association with Chevy in the Xfinity and Truck Series.
However, there were no plans for the outfit to field additional entries in 2021. This is a big change from last season, when they ran two full-time entries, the #39 and #93.
Sieg occupied the #39 seat for the whole year, while multiple drivers raced in the #93 car. Though it is worth mentioning that Myatt Snider bore the lion’s share of the work. Unfortunately, Snider is not returning to RSS Racing for the 2021 season. This is because the Richard Childress Racing team has roped him on a full-time basis.
Ryan is an excellent driver with 32 top-10 finishes to his credit, and he even finished 10th in the 2020 season. Aside from that, he has registered a career-best seven top-five finishes, including a second-place finish at the Talladega Superspeedway. Now, the 33-year old will be keen to hit the ground running with his current team and new car.