18-year-old Cameron Hayley began his racing career in go-karts at the age of seven and debuted in NASCAR by runing a partial K&N Pro Series West schedule in 2011. Hayley, the youngest driver ever to compete in the K&N West Series, posted top 5 finishes in 2 of his first 3 starts, including an impressive 2nd place finish in his series debut at Montana Raceway Park, Kalispell MT. His success led to a full time K&N Pro Series West schedule in 2012, where he posted 5 top 5 and 9 top 10 finishes. Hayley was also named to NASCAR's "Next" class in 2012, a select group chosen by the sanctioning body that spotlights NASCAR's rising stars.

Hayley Started his 2013 season with a bang, winning the UNOH Battle at the Beach East vs. West Shootout at Daytona Internatinal Speedway and capped his 2nd full time season with one win, 6 poles and a 2nd place finish in the driver point standings. In 2014, Hayley competed full time in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East collecting one pole and leading 247 laps with 7 top 5 and 9 top 10 finishes en route to a 2nd place overall finish in the drivers standings. The Calgary, Alberta native went on to make 3 Camping World Truck Series starts in 2014, amassing a career best 2nd place starting position at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon and 2 top ten finishes.

The 2015 season marked Hayley's first full season in one of NASCAR's top touring series. He ammased many impressive runs throughout the season while going threw a steep learning curve. He faced many of NASCAR's top stars and triumphed to a 6th place finish in the championship points standings amongst the heart of the sports best.

The Canadian driver re-sings with ThorSport Racing for the 2016 NCWTS Championship. The years marks the series first time with the new Chase Style Format that will put Cameron and his #13 team to the test.

Career Highlights

  • 2015 Drove the #13 Cabinets by Hayley/ Carolina Nut Company Toyota Tundra to 78 laps led en route to four top-five and 15 top-10 finishes finishing 6th in the championship standings.
  • 2014 Drove the no.98 Cabinets by Hayley Chevy Impala to 7 top 5 finishes & 9 top 10 finishes. Consitency played a major roll in the team's success with Cameron placing 2nd in the driver's standings.
  • 2013 Started the year with a bang by winning the 2013 UNOH "Battle at the Beach" East vs. West Shootout at Daytona International Raceway! His first career Nascar Victory!
  • 2012 Committed to driving the No. 24 Cabinets by Hayley, Napa Gold Filters, Toyota Camry for Bill McAnally Racing in the Nascar Pro West Series in the United States.
  • 2011 Youngest driver ever to compete in A Nascar Sanctioned event (K&N Pro Series West). Cameron finished 2nd in his first Nascar K&N Pro Series West division race in Kalispel Montana in mid August, 3 weeks after his 15th birthday and then followed up with an equally impressive 3rd place finish at All American Speedway in Roseville California in early September. Won the Dakota Dunes SLM Championship and was rookie of the year. Was runner up in Montana Raceway Park SLM Championship and was rookie of the year.
  • 2010 Won MMRA Pro Division Champion. Cameron also began driving a Super Late Model and won the Bryce Man Memorial Race in Saskatoon. Two weeks later he returned to Saskatoon and started tail to finish a very close second in the final race of the Dakota Dunes Casino SLM Series
  • 2009 Won 2 out of three of the races in Las Vegas season opener. Continued to go on and win 3 championships. EIR, Canadians, and MMRAJr. Pro. He is also the first Jr. to win an MMRA national event against both Jr. and Pro drivers. Won most promising up and coming driver by EIR. Was nominated for the Up and Coming Canadian Stock Car Racer of the Year by inside track magazine.
  • 2008 Began racing Baby Grands (MMRA), achieving a top 10 finish in his 1st race and top 5 finishes in each of his 2nd and 3rd races. He also won the trophy dash for his 2nd career Baby Grand start. He got a 2nd place finish in his last race of the season. Finished 3rd in EIR overall points standings. Finished 2nd overall in MMRA Jr. Pro points.
  • 2007 Secured the Jr. 2 Honda and Jr. 2 Mini-Max Calgary karting championships with 1st place finishes in all Mini-Max starts.
  • 2006 Recorded 1st place finishes in every karting race he competed in. Won his third Jr. 1 Calgary championship.
  • 2005 Competed in both Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta karting seasons winning both Jr. 1 championships and becoming the first Alberta Jr. 1 champion. Made his STARS of Karting debut in Chilliwack, British Columbia, also competing in the STARS of Karting race in Sonoma, California.
  • 2004 Made his racing debut at age 7, finishing 3rd in his 1st race. Won Calgary, Alberta Jr. 1 karting championship and Rookie of the Year.