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MONROE, Wash. – Cameron Hayley seems to have the inside track on pole awards in 2013.
The 17-year-old driver from Calgary, Alberta, earned the 21 Means 21 Pole Award presented by Coors Brewing Co., his fifth in nine races, during qualifying Saturday for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West NAPA Auto Parts 150 presented by Toyota.
The NASCAR Next member turned in a fast lap of 23.101 seconds (100.671 mph) around the semi-banked .646-mile paved oval.
Hayley's teammate and 2011 series champion, Greg Pursley, was second quickest with a lap of 23.207 seconds (100.211 mph). Eric Holmes was third quickest, followed by Michael Self and Kelly Admiraal to finish out the top five.
Points leader Derek Thorn, Giles Thornton, Matt Tift, Dylan Lupton and Daryl Harr completed the top 10.
The NAPA 150 presented by Toyota is the ninth event on a 15-race schedule this season. Green flag is scheduled for 6:25 p.m. PT.