Cameron Hayley is nuts about heading to Bristol
Coming off his seventh top-10 finish of the 2015 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) season at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Cameron Hayley, driver of the No. 13 Carolina Nut Co. Toyota Tundra, is anxious to get back to his short track racing roots. Making a quick turn around in racing action, the Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender heads to the 0.533-mile concrete oval of Bristol Motor Speedway (BMS) for Wednesday night's UNOH 200 looking to capture his first NCWTS win, a feat that has only been done twice in series history by Joe Ruttman (1995) and Rick Carelli (1996).
While this is Hayley's 12th different track debut on the 2015 NCWTS schedule, the Canada-native has one previous start at "Thunder Valley" in the K&N Pro Series East, earning a top-10 qualifying effort, and a 17th-place finish. Hoping to use his prior laps around BMS to his advantage, Hayley is confident in the Toyota Tundra that his ThorSport Racing team has prepared for Wednesday's 200-lap event.
Sounding off - Cameron Hayley:
"I can't wait to finally get back to another short track. I've raced at Bristol Motor Speedway once before, in a K&N Pro Series East, so I have a little bit of track experience heading into this race. I think we have a great Toyota Tundra prepared, and hopefully we can get a top-five finish with it, or even a win. We've had some solid runs lately, and I can't wait to get another one at Bristol."
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