Xfinity Series
Truck Series
K&N Pro Series

Cameron Hayley

Hometown: Birthday: Age:
Calgary, Alberta Canada July 21, 1997 20

17-year-old Cameron Hayley, began racing karts in 2004 at the age of seven, finishing third in his very first race. He would go on to win the Calgary Jr. 1 karting championship and Rookie of the Year awards.

The 2005 season saw Hayley competing in both Calgary and Edmonton. He won the Calgary Jr. 1 Championship and became the first Alberta Jr. 1 champion. He went on to make his STARS of Karting debut in Chilliwack, British Columbia, while also competing in the STARS of Karting race in Sonoma, California.

In 2006, Cameron continued racing karts. He recorded a first-place result in every karting race that he competed in, and went on to win his third Calgary Jr. 1 championship. In 2007, Cameron secured the Jr. 2 Honda and Jr. 2 Mini-Max Calgary Karting championships after he won all of the Mini-Max races that he started that season. The 2008 season saw Cameron move to the Baby Grands (MMRA) series. He finished in the top 10 in his very first race, and finished in the top five in his second and third events. He went on to win the Trophy Dash in his second-career Baby Grands start. Overall, he finished second in the MMRA Jr. Pro point standings.

In 2008, Cameron would move up to the Baby Grand Junior Series where he finished runner-up in the overall series point standings. In 2009, he continued racing in the Baby Grand Junior Pro Series, where he would improve upon his 2008 campaign to capture the series championship. The 2010 season saw much of the same as Cameron went on to win back-to-back championships.

In 2011, Cameron moved on to run in multiple series, competing in the ACMS Super Late Model series as well making his debut part time in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West (NKNPSW). That same year, he won the ACMS Super Late Model championship while becoming the youngest driver in history to compete in the NKNPSW(15 years).

Cameron moved to the NKNPSW full time in 2012. He captured five top fives and nine top 10s on his way to being named to the NASCAR Next 9 Program. For the 2013 season, Cameron continued racing in the NKNPSW. Prior to the season beginning, Cameron won the inaugural UNOH Battle at the Beach at the prestigious Daytona International Speedway. He would go on to win one race (Roseville) while compiling 12 top fives and 15 top 10s, finishing second in the overall championship standings. Cameron was also named to the newly renamed NASCAR Next program for 2013, his second year in the program.

The 2014 season will see Cameron move from the West to the East as he will be competing full time with Turner Scott Motorsports running the No. 98 Cabinets by Hayley Chevy Impala in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East.