Justin Haley: CTMP Is A Very Tricky Road Course

Justin Haley

Justin Haley, No. 24 Fraternal Order of Eagles Chevrolet Silverado

CTMP Stats

2 starts, 1 top-10

Season Stats

16 starts, 1 win, 5 top-fives, 12 top-10 finishes


Justin Haley will return to Canadian Tire Motorsport Park this weekend with the same chassis, no. 122, that he used in last year’s race where he qualified second and finished fourth.

– Heading into the first race of The Playoffs, the 2018 NCWTS driver point standings have reset to reflect Playoff Points earned in the regular season, and Haley is currently seventh.


“We’ve put a lot of time into our road course truck this season just because we know I’m pretty competitive there. We’re taking the same truck as last year but have made some changes to make it better. It’s one of my best tracks that we race at and it’s the first race of The Playoffs. The hope is to get the win early in the Round of 8 at Canada and take the pressure off of us for the next two races.”

Haley on the trickiness of CTMP:

“Turn One is an off-camber corner and sets up the rest of the lap because it’s tricky going downhill. The next turn is an off-camber left-hander downhill with double rights to the long backstretch. There’s a lot of tricky corners with every one of them being set up different. It’s definitely a trickier road course but I think that plays into my hand quite well.”


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