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Alberta native Cameron Hayley to make NCWTS debut at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park

Turner Scott Motorsports announced on Thursday that Calgary, Alberta native Cameron Hayley will make his Camping World Truck Series at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park next Sunday. The 18-year-0ld will be driving the No. 32 Cabinets by Hayley Chevrolet Silverado.

“I’m really excited to make my NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut,” Hayley said. “It’s always been a dream of mine to run in one of NASCAR’s top-three series, and I can’t believe I’m finally getting the chance to live that dream. I feel privileged to work with such an accomplished team that has had so much success in the series. Turner Scott Motorsports has great equipment and great resources, both of which I plan to take full advantage of in this learning process. I can’t wait to get on track in the No. 32 Cabinets by Hayley truck. Having my first Truck Series start in a place I consider ‘home’ is everything I could’ve ever hoped for.”

Beyond CTMP, Hayley will also run New Hampshire in September, followed by Texas in October, working with veteran crew chief Mile Hillman Jr. Hillman Jr. worked with Jeb Burton last year, scoring a victory, second pole awards and a fifth place finish in the final point standings.

“We’re really looking forward to seeing Cameron Hayley in the No. 32 truck for these three races,” TSM co-owner Harry Scott Jr. said. “It’s been a pleasure to watch Cameron this year, and we’re looking forward to seeing what he can accomplish in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Cameron has proven to be a great representation of our organization and we expect to see great things out of him in the future.”

Hayley is currently running the full NASCAR K&N Pro East Series schedule for TSM and has one pole, six top-fives so far this season while sitting second in points. He made his debut in the K&N Pro West Series in 2011, scoring a second-place finish in his debut. From there, the success has continued with multiple victories and a second place finish in the West standings in 2013. He was also selected as a member of the NASCAR Next group in 2013, which is a select group of drivers chosen by NASCAR to highlight as their rising stars.

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