Justin Haley finished seventh at Bristol Motor Speedway last weekend due to his next straight top-seven result and it has recently scored five top-10 finishes in his first seven races with Kaulig Racing.

The solid beginning is what Haley believes was expected of him later proceeding to Kaulig Racing during the offseason.

“I didn’t think it’d be that big of a jump but it was. It’s have a while to have settled in dealing with new crew leader and team.

Kaulig Racing replaced Ryan Truex from the offseason with Haley, who competed last year from the Gander Outdoors with GMS Racing before creating the switch.

Haley believes that the team made the change expecting better results and while he hasn’t scored a top-five or a win nonetheless , he believes they are moving in the ideal direction.

Although the team is somewhat off in some areas, there is constant advancement.

“Two 7-th finishes in a row is amazing for the team. We simply keep improving and making minor adjustments week and week out and we’ll be immediately (fighting for wins).

Elliott Sadler, who retired from full-time racing this past year, will bring a veteran approach to Kaulig Racing.

“Getting Elliott help us out in the No. 10 car is going to be a major help for people,” said Haley. “It’s pretty cool having him on one end because he can help us improve however its awful on the opposite end as he’ll probably kick ass (laughing).

Sadler currently has 13 Xfinity Series wins and three Cup wins to his charge, also is anticipating going for a more in his home track.

“Being able to come back a last time to Richmond Raceway, my hometrack, using Kaulig Racing and Nutrien Ag Solutions is excessively special,” Sadler stated. “to now having among my final -career starts listed here to own developed rushing , seeing a young child in the stands is something that I’ll forget.

“I’m grateful for this opportunity, and also to own one last shot at winning in my home state. I look forward to starting with this particular team and having a good time race weekend.