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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

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


Buescher wins NASCAR World Camping Series UNOH 225 at KY Speedway

james Buescher (photo by John Harrelson of Getty Images, courtesy

It took James Buescher 76 races to win his first NASCAR Truck Series race when he took the SFP 250 in Kansas back in April.

It did not take him long to earn his second victory. Count it, four attempts!

The 22-year-old from the state of Texas led for 119 of the 150 laps, including the final 43, en route to winning the 2012 Camping World Truck Series UNOH 225 at the Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky.

It was his second win at Kentucky Speedway, having been successful at the track in the ARCA race in 2009.

He became the series’ first two-time winner of 2012. Finishing second was Brad Keselowski followed by Ty Dillon, pole-sitter Matt Crafton and Timothy Peters.

At the start of the race, the temperature on the track was 117 degrees, with air temps of 98. It was the hottest air temperature ever for a Kentucky Speedway event, bypassing the 88 degree temperature for the Indy Car race in 2004.


Info compiled from NASCAR Camping World Trucks, Kentucky Speedway, Radio & TV news


Daytona Trucks race goes to King in three overtimes


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Truck racing at Daytona International Speedway usually has many wild wrecks and Friday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck race, the NextEra Energy Resources 250 was no exeption to the rule.

Rookie John King was the winner in Victory Lane after the race ended, but not without some drama.

King’s truck ran into leader Johnny Sauter in the second of three attempts at a green-white-checkered finish and later was held on to win the wild Truck Series opener.

The win was King’s first NASCAR victory in eight tries and just the third in his career in any race. He previously won a late-model race on a dirt track and a late-model stock car race, both in his native Virginia.

The 23-year-old drives the #7 Red Horse Racing truck.

Timothy Peters finished second, giving the Red Horse Racing team a 1-2 finish in the first race of 2012.

Justin Lofton was third, followed by Travis Kvapil, Jason White and Todd Bodine.

The race took 2 hours, 17 minutes, 13 seconds, with an average speed of 119.169 mph, with 9 caution flags for 37 laps, there were 11 lead changes involving 8 drivers.


Info compiled from NASCAR, Radio & TV news

Harvick wins Trucks race at Michigan


Kevin Harvick (photo by Chris Graythen of Getty Images for

Kevin Harvick drove past Mark Martin and Parker Kligerman on the inside to take the lead and hang on to win the NASCAR Trucks series race at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan.

Harvick drove into the clear just before the other two drivers brushed up against each other, starting a five car wreck.

Harvick held off Timothy Peters. It was his second consecutive win in the series and the 11th of his career.

Info courtesy of NASCAR news

Hornaday continues success at Clermont, Indiana; wins NASCAR Trucks race

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Ron Hornaday. the most successful driver in NASCAR Truck Series history has been trying to pull himself out of a winless streak that had reached 22 long races.

Ron Hornaday takes lead (Photo credit Rusty Jarrett of Getty Images for NASCAR)

Hornaday had a win in 2009, which set a record for consecutive truck series wins with four. He then won the next race at Nashville to move the record to five, but hasn’t won since.

Ron Hornaday celebrates win at Clermont (Photo credit John Harrelson of Getty Images for NASCAR)

Hornaday’s old ways came to light on Friday as he led for 129 of the 200 laps to win the Camping World Trucks Series race at O’Reilly Raceway Park in the northwest Indianapolis suburb of Clermont, Indiana.

Hornaday, who had qualified fifth for the race, became the first driver to win four major NASCAR races at O’Reilly. He also won the trucks races in 1997, 2007 and 2009 at the short 0.686-mile track.

Kyle Busch, Hornaday’s only real challenger, finished second.

Matt Crafter finished third, while pole-sitter Timothy Peters finished 10th.

Points leader Todd Bodine finished seventh.

compiled from staff, wire and NASCAR Camping World Trucks Series news

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