It’ll be a familiar, race-winning partner for Spire Motorsports driver Justin Haley when he makes his seventh start of his 2021 Cup schedule.
Long-time partner Fraternal Order Of Eagles will back the 21-year-old for this weekend’s Cup Series race, the GEICO 500, at the famed Talladega Superspeedway.
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“The Eagles, Justin Haley, and Spire Motorsports have a history of success in superspeedway races and we’re excited for the opportunity to head to Talladega with the F.O.E. on the No. 77 car,” said Dave Smith, F.O.E. Grand Worthy President. “We’re proud to call Justin a fellow Eagle and our 650,000 members look forward to cheering him on this weekend.”
The F.O.E. is an international non-profit organization uniting fraternally in the spirit of liberty, truth, justice, and equality, to make human life more desirable by lessening its ills and promoting peace, prosperity, gladness, and hope. The group more than $10 million a year to local communities, fundraisers, and charities.
The colors and scheme are a career-defining sight to see for the Indiana driver. Fans will remember the wild 2019 July race at Daytona International Speedway, which handed Haley his first Cup Series win in his third career start thanks to the rain-shortened event.
But don’t let that rain-influenced victory deter you from his driving ability on the superspeedways. All three of his Xfinity Series victories in 2020 came on superspeedways including a Talladega sweep for Kaulig Racing. On top of that, his visit to Talladega in 2020 on the Cup side netted him an 11th place finish.
Balancing a full-time Xfinity schedule as well, he’ll pull double duty once again.
“I’ve had such a great partnership with the Fraternal Orders of Eagles and we’ve enjoyed a lot of success together,” explained Haley. “We’ve won a lot of races. I’ve done pretty well on superspeedways throughout my career and the Eagles were on board when we won the Cup race at Daytona in 2019. I’ve had this race circled on my calendar since the start of the season. Hopefully, we can stay out of trouble and race our way to the front when it’s time to make it happen. Spire Motorsports has a proven track record on superspeedways so everyone is looking forward to getting down to Talladega to try and back up our previous success.”
Haley has been quietly building a consistent season in the Xfinity Series for Kaulig Racing. His stat line has five top-ten finishes in seven races and currently seeded fourth in points. The Indiana driver made it to the Championship 4 in 2020 at Phoenix, in what has been his best season statistically to date.
Fans can see the No. 77 Fraternal Order Of Eagles Camaro ZL1 1LE hit the track on Sunday, April 25th at 2 PM EST on FOX and the FOX Sports app.