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Peters wins Camping World Truck race at Bristol

 

Timothy Peters is the winner of the 2012 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway last week.

Peters led all 204 laps at the track they call “The Paper Clip”.

Peters is the first driver to lead every lap in a Truck race at Bristol since Ron Hornaday Jr. in 1997.

Timothy Peters (photo by John Harrelson for Getty Images, courtesy of NASCARmedia.com)

It was his second win of the season and fifth overall.

Peters leads the season series standings by 17 points over James Buescher.

Cale Gale’s crash on lap 193 allowed Peters to easily pull away from his teammate Parker Klingerman on a green-white-checkered restart.

Peters and Kingerman are teammates with Red Horse Racing.

 

Info compiled from NASCAR, Radio & TV news

 

M&M’s drops Kyle Busch for rest of 2011 due to incident; Interstate Batteries becomes main sponsor

 

Kyle Busch (courtesy of NASCARmedia.com)

Kyle Busch’s behavior of purposely wrecking his car against Ron Hornaday Jr’s while the Camping World Trucks Series race last weekend, has cost him his main sponsor for the rest of 2011.

Mars Chocolate North America, which owns M&M candies, says that they would not sponsor him the rest of the Sprint Cup races due to his bad behavior on the race track, but would be back in 2012.

NASCAR has allowed Busch to race in the final two Sprint Cup races on Sunday at Phoenix and in the season finale at Homestead, Florida.

Interstate Batteries will become the main sponsor for Busch.

 

Info compiled from NASCAR news

Wallace subbing for Sadler wins NASCAR Trucks race at Talladega

 

Mike Wallace at 2008 NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Mexico City (photo by Nascar fan mx via wikipedia commons)

Mike Wallace ended up being the perfect substitute driver for Elliott Sadler at Talladega Superspeedway.

Sadler was at home awaiting the birth of his second child.

Wallace drove a Kevin Harvick Inc. Chevrolet and won his first race in the Camping World Truck Series since 2000 when Ron Hornaday Jr. pushed him to the win.

Wallace was making his 115th career start in the series, but only his second this year.

Hornaday finished second, James Buescher finished third and moved to within three points of series leader, Austin Dillon.

 

Info courtesy of NASCAR news

Hornaday wins NASCAR Trucks race at Las Vegas

Ron Hornaday 2008 in Mexico City (photo by Nascarfanmx via wikipedia commons)

Pole sitter Ron Hornaday Jr. has been on a hot streak lately.

He won at the Kentucky Speedway two weeks ago and on Saturday night, he drove himself carefully through a crash-filled Truck Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway to claim his second straight win and a record 51st overall in his career.

Hornaday, a four-time champion on the Trucks circuit, with the win climbed back into the points race after early crashes knocked out leaders Austin Dillon and James Buescher.

The high speeds and warm temperatures on the 1.5-mile oval led to 10 cautions in the 146-lap race.

Info compiled from NASCAR news

Hornaday wins despite finishing second; Sauter loses on penalty

Ron Hornaday Jr. (photo by John Harrelson of Getty Images for NASCARmedia.com)

Ron Hornaday Jr. earned his 48th career NASCAR Trucks Series win in a caution-dominated race at Texas Motor Speedway despite crossing the finish line in second place.

There were a track-record 10 cautions for 46 laps.

Johnny Sauter took the lead off the final restart with two laps left, but the series points leader was given the black flag by NASCAR officials after he dropped from the outside lane to the inside in front of Hornaday’s Chevrolet before crossing the finish line. Sauter officially finished 22nd.

Rookie Parker Kligerman driving a Dodge finished second and David Mayhew ended up third.

 

Info courtesy of NASCAR news

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