– After running top-five all night, an oil leak with 19 laps to go ended Haley’s night early, resulting in a 28th-place finish.
– Unfortunately with his misfortune, Haley’s streak of consecutive top-10 finishes ends at 12 races, starting with his first win of the season at Gateway Motorsports Park and lasting through his win at Texas Motor Speedway last weekend. With one race remaining in the 2018 NCWTS season, Haley has three wins, nine top-five, and 17 top-10 finishes.
– With the final race of the Round of Six complete, Haley is one of the final four drivers left in the NASCAR Playoffs who will contend for the NCTWS championship when the series heads to Homestead-Miami Speedway next weekend.
“Tonight’s race was just a tough deal. I had a fast Fraternal Order of Eagles Chevrolet but a cut oil line ended our night early. It’s things like this that make me glad that we locked in to the Final Four last weekend. I’ve got a good group of guys on the 24 team, and we’ll regroup and get ready to race for a championship in Homestead next weekend. We’ve got nothing to lose now, and it’s all on the line.”
GMS Racing PR