– Justin Haley was forced to start today’s race from the rear of the field when the No. 24 team had to change engines after discovering an issue during qualifying.
– Today’s ninth-place finish is Haley’s 11th top-10 finish of the season, as well as his sixth consecutive top-10 finish dating back to his win at Gateway Motorsports Park in June.
“We blew a motor in qualifying and had to start in the back for the race. I drove from last to second and came down pit road for a green flag pit stop with 30 laps to go. The caution came out before green-flag stops had cycled through and we got stuck a lap down. We took the wave around to get back on the lead lap but just didn’t have enough time to make it back to the front. I love the fight from my Fraternal Order of Eagles team and I can’t thank GMS Racing and Team Chevy enough for all their support.”