Kaden Honeycutt rejoins Niece Motorsports in 2024 piloting the No. 45 Chevrolet in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. He will run part-time sharing the “All-Star” entry with Cup Series stars Ross Chastain and Carson Hocevar.
Honeycutt was born on June 23, 2003, in Willow Park, Texas. He began racing in the Bandolero Division at the age of nine, compiling several wins across Texas and Alabama. In 2016, Honeycutt advanced into the INEX Legend Car Young Lions Division, where he quickly found victory lane multiple times. The following year he joined the INEX Pro Series where he won the Las Vegas Bullring Showdown. In 2017, Honeycutt also competed in the Pro Truck Series, and the Snowball Derby at 5 Flags Speedway.
Honeycutt made his NASCAR debut in the ARCA Menards Series at Salem Speedway in September 2018. Over the next few years, Honeycutt continued to find success and perfect his craft in multiple series. In 2021, Honeycutt would go on to win two races with 12 top-10s in 13 starts, on his way to finishing second in the Cars Tour point standings.
The following year he made his NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series debut at Martinsville Speedway. Fast forward to today, Honeycutt has made a total of 20 Craftsman Truck Series starts, one Xfinity Series start, and 11 starts across ARCA, east and west divisions. Over the last five years across the different series and types of racing, Honeycutt has amassed over 40 wins, 60 top-fives, and 79 top-10s.
success in each level of racing has impressed several race teams including
Niece Motorsports. The 20-year-old driver from Aledo, TX is widely considered
one of the top up-and-coming stars in the country. In January of 2024, Niece
Motorsports announced Honeycutt would return as a part-time driver of the No.
45 Chevrolet Silverado for the 2024 NCTS season.