“I’m expecting big things out of my ThorSport Racing team in 2016,” said Hayley. “Last year was a big learning year for me; whether it was learning the race tracks or learning how to drive these Tundras. I plan to build on the experience I gained in my first full-time season and be a strong contender for Victory Lane, each and every week. I’ll have a new crew chief and team this year, but everyone is hungry to win. I think this can be a championship-contending season for me. I can't thank Duke and Rhonda Thorson enough for allowing me to drive their Tundras for a second season, and I look for a lot of good things to come.”
Hayley’s 2016 campaign will be led by crew chief, Eddie Troconis. Troconis, who has an engineering background, spent the last three NCWTS seasons as a race engineer at Kyle Busch Motorsports, working with drivers Christopher Bell, Gray Gaulding and Matt Tift.
Hayley will complete the roster for the Sandusky, Ohio-based team, joining two-time NCWTS champion; Matt Crafton, who will pilot the No. 88 Menards Toyota Tundra; Ben Rhodes, driver of the No. 41 Alpha Energy Solutions Toyota Tundra and Rico Abreu, who will pilot the No. 98 CURB Records Toyota Tundra.