Haley, 24, has driven for Kaulig Racing since 2019 when he joined the organization as a NASCAR Xfinity Series driver.
Haley competed as a fulltime driver in the Xfinity Series between 2019 and 2021, achieving four victories for Kaulig. In 2022, he advanced to the Cup Series and concluded the season in 22nd place based on points. Throughout the year, he secured three finishes within the top five and four finishes within the top ten.
This year has been much of the same, currently 21st in points with one top-five and five top-tens. However, Haley very nearly pulled off an upset win on the streets of Chicago, finishing second after Supercars ace Shane van Gisbergen passed him with less than five laps to go.
Haley achieved a Cup triumph by winning a race at Daytona International Speedway in 2019, which was cut short due to rain.
Justin Haley, Spire Motorsports, Chevrolet Camaro Fraternal Order of Eagles wins
Photo by: Rusty Jarrett / NKP / Motorsport Images
Rick Ware Racing enters two cars in every race, and has used a variety of drivers in both cars after Cody Ware’s indefinite suspension from NASCAR following his arrest earlier this year.
Haley has signed a contract with the Ford team for multiple years. In a statement on Thursday, she expressed excitement about this special opportunity and mentioned the various aspects of the program that she believes will contribute to her advancement in the NASCAR industry. She also expressed anticipation for collaborating with important partners and the announcement of additional partners from RWR soon. Haley emphasized the significance of the alliance with RFK Racing for their future success on the track.
“I cannot reword”