Worldwide Express extends partnership with Niece Motorsports, Ross Chastain
Niece Motorsports and two-time NASCAR Cup Series winner Ross Chastain have announced a partnership with Worldwide Express, joining the #41 Chevrolet Silverado entry for four NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) races during the 2022 season beginning at Darlington Raceway for the Dead On Tools 200 on Friday, May 6.
“I am very pleased to be part of Worldwide Express’ growing commitment to NASCAR in both the Cup Series and the Truck Series,” Chastain said. “It’s an honor to represent a first-class organization like Worldwide Express on and off the track and I always look forward to getting behind the wheel of a Niece Motorsports Chevrolet.”
“This is a great opportunity for both parties and thank you to Trackhouse Racing for giving me the opportunity to compete in the Truck Series with Niece and Worldwide Express.”
Worldwide Express, along with its sister brands GlobalTranz and Unishippers, are currently major all-season partners for the No. 40 Niece Motorsports Chevrolet Silverado driven by Sunoco Rookie of the Year nominee Dean Thompson.
Worldwide Express and Trackhouse Racing recently announced a multi-year partnership that spans 21 NASCAR Cup Series races during the 2022 and 2023 seasons for Chastain’s #1 Chevrolet and Daniel Suárez’s #99 Chevrolet.
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“Our WWEX Racing program has grown rapidly, and a big part of that is thanks to the Niece Motorsports team, who approach the sport with the same mindset that we do for our business: precision and reliability. continuous improvement,” said Worldwide Express President Rob Rose. .
“We are thrilled to see Ross compete alongside and mentor Dean and his fellow drivers, and we are especially grateful to Trackhouse Racing for sharing this commitment to teamwork.”
In addition to Darlington, Chastain will race the No. 41 Worldwide Express Chevrolet Silverado at Texas Motor Speedway (May 20), Charlotte Motor Speedway (May 27) and Sonoma Raceway (June 11).
“We are delighted to see Worldwide Express continue to increase its involvement with our team and NASCAR in general,” said Cody Efaw, general manager of Niece Motorsports. “We certainly don’t take their commitment to the sport and our organization for granted and we will work hard to make them proud on and off the track. We are honored to be lined up with a first class company – both on Dean Thompson’s truck and now on Ross’s as well.
“It’s really amazing how this organization has grown over the last few years, and Ross has certainly been instrumental in that,” said team owner Al Niece. “We are delighted to have him back for more races this year, and delighted to have Worldwide Express join us for more races with our team. We are grateful for the commitment they have made to our organization and us. look forward to Darlington.
The debut of the No. 41 Worldwide Express Silverado will be Chastain’s 97th career start in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, a career that includes three wins (Kansas 2019, Gateway 2019, Pocono 2019), 17 top-fives and 42 top- 10s. It also marks Chastain’s second NCWTS event of the 2022 season.
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