ANTELOPE, California — Bill McAnally Racing’s Cameron Hayley and the No. 24 Cabinets by Hayley Toyota team will be will be racing in his third road course event for BMR in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. He will be taking the green flag at Sonoma Raceway on Saturday June 23rd. The West Series race kicks off a full weekend of racing featuring the Toyota/Save Mart 350 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on Sunday.
"I have been taking a couple race course training sessions with SNT Driver Development and I'm really looking forward to applying those skills to the race. "— Cameron Hayley
The fifteen-year old high school junior and rookie of the year contender is currently seventh in the chase for the championship and only 25 points out of the top-five. Hayley is leading in the 2012 Sunoco Rookie of the Year points for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West.
“I am really excited for this coming weekend,” said Hayley. “I have been taking a couple race course training sessions with SNT Driver Development and I'm really looking forward to applying those skills to the race. Our recent training course at Sonoma went really well and I think I am definitely ready for the heat on and off the track throughout the weekend. It's always cool to be there with the Sprint Cup drivers and I look forward to continuing our momentum from Las Vegas. It should be a great weekend.”
The No. 24 Cabinets by Hayley Toyota Camry is owned by Bill McAnally. Last year, BMR had four entries in the race event at Sonoma with two finishing in the top ten. BMR will have three entries in the Pick-n-Pull/Racing to Stop Hunger “200”. Hayley will be in the No. 24 Cabinets by Hayley Toyota, Eric Holmes in the No. 20 NAPA Toyota and Chris Evans, piloting the No. 90 GASS Toyota Camry.
The West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame will be honoring the 2012 Class of inductees at the Napa Smith Brewery on Thursday evening, kicking off the race weekend’s events at Sonoma Speedway. The West Coast Hall of Fame recognizes the preserves the critical role west coast stock car drivers and others that played a role in the sport’s development in the West. This year’s inductees in clued in the modern era, Butch Gilliland, Vic Kurten, Pat McElreath and Bill McAnally . From the classic era, to be inducted are the Justice brothers, B.L. Marchbanks, Bob Phillipi, and Fred Steinbroner. The West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame was founded in 2001. For more information on the West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame and the event, please visit www.westcoaststockcarhalloffame.com.
The Pick-n-Pull/Racing to Stop Hunger “200” at Sonoma Raceway will be on Saturday, June 23h. For ticket information, please visit the track’s website at www.racesonoma.com. Think outside the oval and come cheer for your favorite team in the heart of California’s wine country. Tickets may also be purchased by calling 800-870-RACE (7223). The race is scheduled to be televised on Thursday July 12th on SPEED Channel. Please check for air times in your local area.
Cameron Hayley was recently name one of the Next 9 of NASCAR. Hayley is one of nine drivers that are 21-and-under running in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series who represent the next wave of young talent set to make an impact on the national series scene. To read the full article, please visit www.hometracks.nascar. com/Next-9_See-The-Future_NASCAR_NKNPS.
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