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Daniel Dye, 19, of Deland, Florida, drives the GMS Racing No. 43 in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. Dye’s racecars are easily recognizable thanks to the iconic look of the 43, made famous by seven-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion and Hall of Fame inductee Richard Petty. From quarter-midgets at nearby New Smyrna Speedway to competing for wins in crown jewel Late Model events across the country, all in the 43. The recent Father Lopez High School graduate has found great success behind the wheel of his Race to Stop Suicide cars. This family-formed foundation works to start the conversation about suicide prevention, provide support, normalize the conversation surrounding suicide, and direct help to those in need.

In 2022, Dye competed full-time in the ARCA Menards Series, finishing the season runner-up in the final championship standings driving for GMS Racing. 13 top fives and 17 top 10s highlighted his highly competitive season. In 2021, Dye made six ARCA Menard Series starts for GMS Racing posting four top 10s, including a dominating performance at Berlin Raceway that saw him lead 198 of the 200 laps before picking up the win.

For 2023, Dye will chase the Sunoco Rookie of the Year honors with the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. His stellar performance in the ARCA Menards Series allowed him to race on one of the sport’s biggest stages throughout the season. When he’s not battling on the NASCAR Stage across the country, Dye still competes in his daily life. While waiting for his next NASCAR start, Dye can be found bowling, grabbing more race wins in RC cars, or training for future races in the iRacing Simulator.

Catch Daniel Dye with the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series in the GMS Racing No. 43 Chevrolet Silverado all season on FS1 and SiriusXM. Find and follow Daniel on his official social media channels by searching Daniel Dye Racing, with official merchandise for sale at


Randy Dye is the owner of Daytona Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM and Maserati Alfa Romeo of Daytona, which employs more than 100 people from our community. In addition, Randy is the owner and President of Daniel Dye Racing. Daniel competes on NASCAR’s Truck Series circuit, for GMS Racing. Through the ‘Race to Stop Suicide’ program, Daniel Dye Racing supports behavioral service programs for children and adolescents, as well as education and training for the local community and various places the team competes.


Kevin Striegle, the owner of Kevtron Media, serves as general manager and conduit for all things Daniel Dye Racing on and off the race track. Striegle has served in various roles throughout his years of working in marketing and the motorsports industry before founding Kevtron Media in 2018. Past stops include head of the American Ethanol Late Model Tour, and General Manager of both Berlin Raceway and Merritt Speedway in Michigan. Kevtron Media represents athletes in the motorsports industry, as well as more traditional companies in a variety of fields.

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