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Timothy Peters

Team: Young's Motorsports-02-CWT
Age / DOB:  (37) / 8/29/1980
Ht / Wt:  6'3 / 165

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Timothy Peters (No. 02 AutosbyNelson.com Chevrolet Silverado) finished 10th in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) season-ending Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, FL.
He started 17th in the lineup and completed all laps of the 134-lap race. Peters competed in only eighth of the 23 truck races this year and closed out the season 21st in the 2017 NCWTS driver championship standings. Nov 21 - 10:25 PM

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Timothy Peters will return to Young's Motorsports and compete in Friday night’s season-ending Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, driving the team’s No. 02 Chevrolet.

Peters, 37, most recently competed in the Truck Series at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in late Sept, where he delivered an 11th place finish after starting 20th in the Las Vegas 350k. The Danville, Va., native will make his 11th start at the 1.5-mile track on Nov. 17. In his previous 10 starts, Peters has mounted three top-five and seven top-10 finishes, including six consecutive top-10 finishes at Homestead dating back to 2011.
Nov 17 - 3:14 PM

Timothy Peters (No. 02 Henry County/AutosbyNelson.com Chevrolet Silverado) finished 11th in Saturday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Las Vegas 350 at Las Vegas (NV) Motor Speedway.

He started 20th in the lineup and completed 145 laps of the 146-lap race. Peters competed in seven of the 18 truck races so far this season and is 20th in the 2017 NCWTS point standings after this event.
Oct 2 - 3:23 PM

Timothy Peters was then putting together a respectable run inside the top 10 for the team when things changed. Following the ninth caution in the Winstaronlinegaming.com 400 at Texas Motor Speedway, the field restarted with two laps remaining.

As the leaders came out of Turn 4, Austin Wayne Self lost control. Peters had nowhere to go, slamming Self. As he slid into the infield, the truck flipped, causing what was one of the worst wrecks in recent series history not on a plate track. The damage to Peters’ truck, sitting upside down made it difficult for safety workers to remove him. But after what seemed like an eternity, Peters emerged from the infield care center, uninjured.
Jun 11 - 10:55 PM

For a series that has defined itself with the "Tough Trucks" moniker, it's only fitting that a grinder throwing sparks adorns the side of the No. 99 Metabo Chevrolet Silverado of Timothy Peters in this week's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.

Peters, a 13-year Truck Series veteran with 10 career victories, will make his 19th start at the Texas Motor Speedway on Friday night thanks in part to an increased involvement by the Metabo Corporation with MDM Motorsports. Peters had competed for Red Horse Racing since midway through the 2009 season, but that organization ceased operations following the series' fifth race of the season at Charlotte Motor Speedway.-Spire Sports Inc
Jun 6 - 4:41 PM

After 13 seasons in the Camping World Truck Series, Red Horse Racing is shutting down effective immediately, due to lack of funding.

Veteran Timothy Peters finished a career-high second for the team in 2012 and scored his 10 career victories all under the Red Horse banner. Team owner Tom DeLoach said he’s still looking for potential partners/funding to keep the operation afloat. The team currently sits sixth and tenth in the driver's standings with Peters and Brett Moffitt, respectively.
May 23 - 7:46 PM

Timothy Peters (No. 17 Red Horse Racing Toyota Tundra) finished fifth in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) NC Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC.

He started 10th in the lineup and completed all laps of the 134-lap race. Peters, who competed in all five truck races so far this season, is currently sixth in the 2017 NCWTS Championship point standings after this event.
May 22 - 12:06 PM

Friday night's North Carolina Education Lottery 200 will mark Timothy Peters' 12th start at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

The No. 17 Red Horse Racing Toyota Tundra driver has collected one top-five and three finishes of seventh or better in the last three races at CMS. Since 2012, he has posted four top-10's in the last five contests. Peters sat on the pole and led 30 laps in 2011. In last year's matinee at CMS, he paced the field for 11 laps en route to a seventh-place finish. Peters' upward trajectory at CMS points to the No. 17 team contending for their first victory of the season on Friday night.-Red Horse Racing
May 17 - 9:58 PM

Timothy Peters (No. 17 Red Horse Racing Toyota Tundra) finished 13th in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Toyota Tundra 250 at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, KS.

He started ninth in the lineup and completed all laps of the 167-lap race. Peters, who competed in all four truck races so far this season, is currently fifth in the 2017 NCWTS Championship point standings after this event.
May 15 - 7:34 PM

The Toyota Tundra 250 will be the 10th-career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) start for Timothy Peters (No. 17 Red Horse Racing Toyota Tundra) at the 1.5-mile Kansas Speedway.

Peters' first start at Kansas came in 2006 and he scored his first top-10 finish in 2012 when he finished second. Since that runner-up finish, he has been a model of consistency. In the last five trips to Kansas, Peters has captured two top-five finishes, four top 10's, and has not finished outside the top-15.-Red Horse Racing
May 9 - 2:42 PM

Timothy Peters (No. 17 Toyota Tundra) finished eighth in Saturday's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Alpha Energy Solutions 250 Martinsville (VA) Speedway.

He started third in the lineup and completed all laps of the 250-lap race. Peters, who competed in all three series races so far this season, is currently fourth in the 2017 NCWTS Championship point standings after this event.
Apr 2 - 8:16 PM

The track known as the "Paper Clip" is less than a 20-minute drive from Timothy Peters' residence in Danville, Virginia.

In 22 starts at his home track, Peters' consistency through the years has yielded an average finish of 11.7 and an average start of 9.9. In 2016, Peters scored a pair of fifth-place finishes at Martinsville, and over the last 12 races there, the hometown driver has been nothing short of outstanding. Over that time, Peters has amassed six top-five's, 10 top-10 finishes, and has only finished worse than eighth twice. The 22 starts under his belt at Martinsville is the most Peters has made at any track during his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career.-Red Horse Racing
Mar 28 - 8:08 PM

Timothy Peters' hot streak at Atlanta Motor Speedway continued on Saturday evening in the Active Pest Control 200 with a ninth-place finish, which was his third consecutive top-10 finish at AMS.

The second race of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season yielded the first top-10 finish for Peters after a late-race rally from a loose lug nut. He pitted for tires under (lap 105) caution, but was forced to make an extra pit stop for a loose lug nut, restarted from 20th on lap 113 and began his rally towards the top 10. In just 12 laps, he was back inside the top 10, and finished ninth after a two-lap dash to the checkered flag. Peters scored 35 points and is sixth in the NCWTS standings as the series heads to Martinsville Speedway on April 1.-Red Horse Racing
Mar 5 - 12:28 PM

Dating back to 2005, Timothy Peters (No. 17 Red Horse Racing Toyota Tundra) has competed in eight of the 15 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events contested at Atlanta Motor Speedway (AMS) and has seen the gradual evolution of its distinctive, abrasive surface.

His eight-years of AMS experience has produced one top-five and three top-10 finishes. After notching his best-career Atlanta finish of third last season, Peters aims to use his extensive track experience to break into victory lane in the track's final race on the current pavement.-Red Horse Racing
Mar 2 - 8:21 PM

Timothy Peters kicked off his 2017 campaign with another bid for victory at Daytona International Speedway, but was swept up in the final lap calamity that collected 12 trucks the NextEra Energy Resources 250.

The 2010 Daytona winner began his weekend by posting the fifth-quickest lap in Thursday's practice session, and qualifying fifth on Friday evening. Peters collected nine regular-season points by running second at the end of Stage 1. He ran inside the top five until the end of Stage 2, collecting six additional points. He made a three-wide bid for second on the final lap, but was collected in a multi-truck accident on the backstretch while running third. As a result of the accident, he was credited with a 17th-place finish.-Red Horse Racing
Feb 26 - 10:35 AM