Cameron Hayley Gets First K&N West Win
ROSEVILLE, Calif. — Cameron Hayley outdueled polesitter Derek Thorn following the ninth and final restart of the Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150 Saturday night at All American Speedway to earn his first NASCAR K&N Pro Series West victory.
Hayley, a 17-year-old from Calgary, Alberta, battled Thorn for five laps following the last restart and made the decisive move on lap 146 to pull ahead of Thorn and pull out his first win in a points race.
After five runner-up finishes, the breakthrough victory came in Hayley’s 32nd career start.
Thorn, who earned his fourth career Coors Light Pole Award earlier in the evening, held on for second while Eric Holmes crossed the line third. Michael Self and Greg Pursley brought home the top five.
Hayley, a member of the NASCAR Next driver group, first visited victory lane in a NASCAR K&N Pro Series car in the inaugural non-points UNOH Battle At The Beach on the short track at Daytona Int’l Speedway this past February.
Cameron Hayley, Derek Thorn, Eric Holmes, Michael Self, Greg Pursley, Patrick Staropoli, Dylan Hutchison, Shane Golobic, Daryl Harr, Luis Tyrrell, Jay Beasley, Carlos Vieira, Giles Thornton, Thomas Martin, Dylan Lupton, Travis Milburn, Jim Weiler, Carl Harr, Jack Sellers, Michael Waltrip, John Wood, Taylor Cuzick, Andrew Tuttle, Jason Romero.