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Beyond the Cockpit: Timothy Peters on Longevity in a Changing Series

Timothy Peters is a rarity in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series garage.  In a series known for quick turnarounds and underfunded teams, Peters has managed to spend the better part of a decade earning success with Red Horse Racing, one of the sport’s strongest and most stable teams in …

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NASCAR 101: 5 Drivers We Want to See in Cup Before the End of 2015

Erik Jones makes his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut this weekend with a start at Kansas Speedway for Joe Gibbs Racing – that is, unless you count his partial race filling in for Denny Hamlin at Bristol Motor Speedway last month, and we’re not. His entrance into the Cup Series …

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Pace Laps: A Second Chance to Make a First Impression, Ending a Dry Spell

SPRINT CUP: We all need a second chance sometimes – For 19-year-old Chase Elliott, Sunday afternoon at Richmond International raceway was his second-career Sprint Cup Series start – the first he will like to remember after a troublesome Martinsville debut in March. Advancing to Round 2 of Coors Light qualifying …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: Memorable Moments at Bristol

The Camping World Truck Series may be sitting silent this week, awaiting its return at Kansas Speedway in three weeks, but the XFINITY and Sprint Cup series are headed off to Bristol Motor Speedway for a little short track showdown. As is the case with pretty much every extended downtime, …

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Ben Kennedy Jumps To Red Horse Racing For 2015

2014 Truck Series Rookie of the Year, Ben Kennedy, will be switching teams for his sophomore season. The driver announced a partnership Wednesday with Red Horse Racing, one that will put him behind the wheel of their No. 11 Toyota full-time for 2015. “I am very excited to return to …

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2014 NASCAR Driver Review: Timothy Peters

Ride: No. 17 Red Horse Racing Toyota Crew chief: Marcus Richmond Points finish: Fifth Stats: 22 starts, one win, nine top 5s, 13 top 10s, zero poles, 126 laps led, one DNF, 10.1 average start, 10.5 average finish. Best finish: First, once (Talladega, October) High point: It was a rather quiet year for …

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Pace Laps: Veterans Struggling, Rookies Succeeding and Tempers Flaring

Sprint Cup Series: Favorites Back in the Pack – Jeff Gordon somehow kept his car clean and was able to to score a second-place finish at Martinsville.  For a driver who probably had to hire someone to keep all of his Martinsville clocks polished and keeping time, that result is not …

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