Stage One: After getting shuffled back to the 17th position on the initial start, Justin Haley worked his way back to 13th following the first caution of the night, and held that position until the conclusion of Stage One. Happy with the performance of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Chevrolet, but needing track position, he came to pit road under the break for right side tires and fuel. The two-tire stop moved Haley in the seventh position for the restart.
Stage Two: Following a lot of movement throughout the field at the start of Stage Two, Haley settled into the eighth position. He reported to the No. 24 team that he had started to get loose in turns three and four, but was able to gain a spot to finish Stage Two in the seventh position. Under the caution, he pitted for four tires and fuel, lining up to restart in the fourth position.
Final Stage: Just six laps into the Final Stage, in a four-wide battle for position, Haley spun to bring out the fourth caution of the night. He pitted first for tires and fuel, returned to the track, and pitted a second time to repair damage to the right rear of the No. 24. Between the stops, NASCAR reported that Haley left debris on the track, calling for the driver to be parked for the remainder of the race for extending the caution period. That call relegated Haley to a 28th-place finish.
TIL NEXT TIME, I AM STILL WORKING ON MY REDNECK!