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ThorSport to run fourth full-time truck team with Hayley

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ThorSport to run fourth full-time truck team with Hayley
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Feb 3, 2016, 8:30 PM

Canadian racer Cameron Hayley will drive the No. 13 Toyota Tundra for ThorSport Racing in 2016.

Cameron Hayley, ThorSport Racing Toyota
Matt Crafton, Thorsport Racing
Johnny Sauter, Thorsport Racing
Cameron Hayley

The 19-year-old Calgary native, who is currently the only Canadian to compete full-time in NASCAR’s top three tours, finished sixth in the Camping World Truck Series standings last season with four top fives, 13 top 10s and an average finish of  11th. Hayley’s best result came in the fall race at Martinsville Speedway where he started on the front row and finished a career-high of third.

He made his truck series debut with Turner-Scott Motorsports in 2014. He posted two top-10 finishes in three starts and earned a remarkable average qualifying effort of 5.7.

Hayley’s return marks the first time the Sandusky, Ohio based-operation has campaigned four truck team’s since its inception in 1996. ThorSport is the longest-running organization in the NCWTS and holds the series’ record for competing at least one truck in the last 454 races.

Hayley joins two-time Camping World Truck Series Champion Matt Crafton as we'll as newcomers Ben Rhodes and Rico Abreu. 

Eddie Troconis, the former engineer on the No. 4 Toyota Tundra at Kyle Busch Motorsports, will serve as Hayley’s crew chief. 

In addition to Hayley’s experience in trucks, he ran two seasons in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2012-2013 and the 2014 season in the K&N Pro Series East where he finished second in the standings. 

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Series NASCAR Truck
Drivers Cameron Hayley
Teams ThorSport Racing
Author Lee Spencer