– The No. 24 team will unload chassis No. 305 at Michigan this weekend. Haley has raced this chassis four times during the 2018 NCWTS season, most recently at Chicagoland Speedway, collecting one top-five, two top-10 and three top-15 finishes with it.
– Collecting another solid top-five finish when the NCWTS was last on track at Pocono, Haley has moved up to seventh in the driver point standings and remains locked into The Playoffs with his win at Gateway in June.
“Michigan (International Speedway) is different. It’s one of those tracks that’s bumpy and you run along the wall down the frontstretch. With these new motors, they like to be wound up, so that should play in well to this weekend’s race. It’s a track that produces good racing and it’s all about timing big runs.
“I know last year we struggled a bit at Michigan and it was one of the final races before the cutoff, so we gambled to get the win and lock in. Thankfully this year, that’s not the case. We’re already locked in, so now we can focus on running this race like we would usually attack any other race weekend.”