Justin Haley

(Photo courtesy Justin Whapham/GMS Racing) Winamac native Justin Haley and his Fraternal Order of Eagles crew celebrate their first victory at Gateway Motorsports Complex near St. Louis over the weekend.
After a long week of rain and thunderstorms in the Midwest, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series was able to get on the 1.25-mile oval last Friday and Saturday at the Gateway Motorsports Complex in Madison, Illinois. Winamac’s Justin Haley would finally see his hard work pay off in his 37th NASCAR...
Friday turned out to be a good day for Justin Haley who took the win at the ARCA ModSpace 150 at Pocono Speedway.
Friday turned out to be a good day for Justin Haley who was able to hold off a hard-charging Riley Herbst to win the ARCA ModSpace 150 at Pocono Speedway. The victory was his first at Pocono, second of the season and third of his career. He won at Springfield, Illinois, in August 2016, for Mason...
Winamac’s Justin Haley climbs from his car at Dover’s Monster Mile amidst confetti and cheers after securing the championship in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Friday, Sept. 30.
Justin Haley put to bed last Friday night in Dover, Delaware, a finish to a long solid march to an amazing year in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship. In his sophomore year in the NKNPSE, Haley set a few records and came away with the big championship trophy for his efforts.  Rain was...
Justin Haley and team earned their first win in the ARCA racing series on Sunday. Haley also became the youngest championship auto racing driver to win at the Springfield Mile since the first race held there in 1934.
Winamac native Justin Haley didn’t know that a phone call last Tuesday, Aug. 17 from 2014 ARCA series champion Mason Mitchell Motorsports would have a storybook ending. Having an off weekend, Haley accepted the offer from Mitchell to get behind the wheel of their #98 Chevy for the 54th annual Allen...
Photo by Caitlin Haley
Winamac native Justin Haley, in his number five, Chevrolet Impala, ran a clean race, managed his tires and ran down hometown driver Kyle Benjamin with seven laps to go to claim his first career NASCAR K&N Pro Series East checkered flag at Greenville (SC) Pickens Speedway last Saturday night in...

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