No. 17 NTB/Service Central Toyota Tundra
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race 24 of 25
Texas Motor Speedway
BEST YET: As the 2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series rolls to a halt, Timothy Peters and the No. 17 Toyota Tundra team are proud of what they have accomplished thus far. With one win, seven top-five and 11 top-10 finishes, the No. 17 team can be proud that statistically this has been the best year yet. Peters has earned more top-five finishes this season than in his two previous years at Red Horse Racing. He is also able to continue his streak of winning, earning wins in each of his three seasons at Red Horse Racing. Peters who currently sits fifth in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship standings has the ability to record his highest championship points finish to date if he remains fifth or moves up in the standings. Despite some challenges, the team has persevered and is on track to earn their career best finish to date in 2011.
DID YOU KNOW? Peters has completed over 1,000 green flag passes this season? As of last weekend at Martinsville Speedway, the driver of the No. 17 Toyota Tundra has made 1,004 passes under green-flag conditions.
CONSISTENT TO THE END: Since joining Red Horse Racing in 2009, Peters has completed every lap he has entered at Texas Motor Speedway. Peters earned his first and only top-10 finish in 2010, completing the event in the seventh position.
CHASSIS HISTORY: The No. 17 team will unload chassis No. 093 this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway. Peters most recently piloted this truck to a third-place at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in October.
PREVIOUS RACE RECAP: Last week at Martinsville Speedway, Peters drove the No. 17 Toyota Tundra to an eighth-place finish. The run marked his sixth Truck Series top-10 finish at the paper-clipped shape track.