Justin Haley said that he and his Kaulig Racing teammate of Ross Chastain were missing something this past weekend at the Kentucky Speedway. Still, both combined for three top five finishes over the course of two nights on the 1.5 mile track with the worst finish being seventh.
Last Friday night, they finished 3-4. Still, Haley feels like he’s getting overlooked this year. In fact, the Indiana native has felt that way his entire, yet brief, NASCAR career thus far.
32 drivers have won on all three national divisions of NASCAR. Haley, is one of them.
He won last July’s Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona. Fluke? Sure. But, a win is a win no matter how it comes.
He’s also won three times in the Truck Series and last month, earned his first career Xfinity Series race at Talladega.
He’s going to be in the playoffs again this year. He was last season too. In 2018, he made the playoffs in the Truck Series and marched all the way to the Championship 4.
Fresh on the heels of six top seven finishes in his last seven starts in his No. 11 Chevrolet, maybe we shouldn’t sleep on Haley much further.