RSS Racing has already annoucned over the off-season that the team will move from a one to a two-car operation after a new technical alliance was formed with Stewart-Haas Racing and Ford Performance.
Well, it looks like the team will expand even farther before the series opener at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday, February 19th.
RSS Racing announced today that younger brother to team owner/driver, Ryan Sieg will pilot a third entry for multiple races in 2022 driving the No. 28.
Kyle made his Xfinity Series debut at Dover Motor Speedway in 2021 driving for RSS Racing finishing 34th after a crash on lap 83.
Ryan Sieg will continue to race full time in the No. 39 for RSS Racing, and multiple drivers will compete in the teams No. 38 including CJ McLaughlin and Parker Retzlaff.
An announcement about sponsorship for the No. 28 is expected in the coming weeks.