– For Kentucky, Justin Haley will climb behind the wheel of chassis No. 302 for the fourth time during the 2018 season. This chassis was also raced three times in 2017 by the No. 24 team and in those six races, Haley qualified no worse than 11th.
– Grabbing a top-10 finish in Chicago, Haley remained sixth in the 2018 NCWTS driver point standings, but is locked into The Playoffs with one win.
“The No. 24 team brought a really fast Fraternal Order of Eagles truck to Kentucky (Speedway) last year and we were fast all day which always helps. It was a repave on a mile-and-a-half where most of the time track position is king. Hopefully, they’ll use the tire dragons there again beforehand, but as we’ve seen so far with these new motors, they like to keep themselves wound up so we’ll run up top for the majority of the race no matter the grip level. Kentucky should be a good race for us though. It’s similar to Texas (Motor Speedway) which I’ve always ran good at so I’m looking forward to this week’s race.”
TIL NEXT TIME, I AM STILL WORKING ON MY REDNECK!