Layne Riggs joins Front Row Motorsports for full-time NASCAR in 2024

“I’m really thankful for this opportunity to compete full-time in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series"- Riggs said.

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Layne Riggs joins Front Row Motorsports for full-time NASCAR in 2024
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Layne Riggs is set to become a full-time driver in the NASCAR national series for 2024. He recently inked a deal with Front Row Motorsports to race in the Craftsman Truck Series. Layne Griffin Riggs, although he is only 21 years old, has shown many times so far what a talent he is. Front Row Motorsports' leadership particularly recognized his talent. Layne Riggs follows in the footsteps of his father, Scott Riggs, who made a significant impact on the motorsport world. When speaking to the media, Riggs expressed gratitude to everyone involved in realizing his dream of joining Front Row Motorsports. Since the early days of his career, Riggs has consistently performed his best, dreaming of stepping onto the big stage one day.


“I’m really thankful for this opportunity to compete full-time in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series with one of the best teams in the sport. I’ve dedicated my life for an opportunity like this, and I’m incredibly appreciative of Bob and everyone at Front Row for providing me the opportunity to take my next step in my racing career.”- Riggs said, as quoted by racer.net!

Team owner is happy with Layne Riggs

Team owner Bob Jenkins is happy to have such a driver on his team. He is particularly impressed with Riggs' willingness to sign with the team and his desire to become a great driver. Aware of the kind of family Riggs grew up in, Jenkins had nothing but words of praise for the young driver.

“I really appreciate Layne’s dedication to his education while also competing at the highest levels,” team owner Bob Jenkins said. “That comes from great parenting and a sense of dedication from Layne. We’ve already seen a lot of potential in Layne and he’s a perfect fit for our program to develop him into a national series NASCAR winner.”

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