George Hayes Scores Millbridge Win; Roy Hayes 8th in Open Debut

CONCORD, N.C. – George Hayes, the middle of three racing brothers in the Hayes Motorsports stable, picked up his first win in mini outlaw competition at Millbridge Speedway last week.

George’s win was the third for the family in mini outlaw competition this season, as older brother Roy has two victories so far.

Roy made his debut in the Open division this past Wednesday night, finishing 8th in his first time racing with the older veterans.  He and George got together in the Intermediate class while running first and second, but they rebounded for fifth and sixth, respectively.

Youngest brother Stanley also had a fine performance in the box stock division at Millbridge on Wednesday night, working his way to sixth place before a mechanical problem ended his feature race early.

“It’s exciting to see all three boys getting used to the mini outlaws and running better each time,” father Roy Hayes II said.  “We’re still running Bandoleros when we can as well, and next season Roy will be running some legends car races.  We try to keep them in a seat as much as possible, and as long as they enjoy it we’ll do our best to give them the finest development program possible and put the best people around them so they have the right skills and training to succeed for as long as they want to race.”

You can follow the team’s progress on Facebook by searching Hayes Motorsports.

About Hayes Motorsports 


Hayes Motorsports is a multi-division race team based in the Charlotte, North Carolina area. Roy and Sarah Hayes are the team owners.  Their three sons Roy, George and Stanley are the drivers.

All three boys compete in Bandolero cars on pavement under the US Legends Car / INEX sanction.

Roy just won his first Bandolero race at Charlotte Motor Speedway during the Bojangles Summer Shootout Series, having already won at Atlanta Motor Speedway in Georgia and Bethel Motor Speedway in New York State previously.

The trio also compete on the dirt at Millbridge Speedway in Salisbury, North Carolina in mini outlaw cars.

Roy has just begun racing an Allison Legacy Series car (1/2 scale replica of a NASCAR stock car) at tracks in the Carolinas region as well.

Maintenance and at-track setup assistance for the Bandoleros and Allison Legacy program is provided by Mike and Corey Gordon from Team Gordon Racing.  SKE / Kyle Beattie Racing provides maintenance and at-track setup assistance for the team’s mini outlaws program.

Promotion and coaching is handled by veteran Performance Coach Tom Baker of Team Full Throttle in Charlotte, N.C.

RGS Products, Inc. is the team’s motorsports partner.

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