Timothy Peters Returning to NCWTS Competition at Homestead

Young’s Motorsports announced today that 10-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race winner Timothy Peters will return in Friday night’s season finale Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami, FL.

Peters will pilot the No. 02 Chevrolet Silverado. He most recently competed in the NCWTS at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in September, finishing 11th.

“I’m very thankful again for the opportunity to represent Young’s Motorsports this weekend at Homestead,” said Peters in the team release. “The team is working hard to get better with every race and I hope I can bring some more experience and ideas to the table that they can take into the off-season and prepare for a healthy and competitive 2018 Truck Series season.”

In 10 starts at Homestead, Peters has a best start of sixth back in 2009. His best finish of third at the track came in 2014.

“Timothy took a chance on driving for us at Las Vegas and really helped strengthen our program with new and fresh ideas while also reuniting with his former crew chief Chad Kendrick,” said Young’s Motorsports team principal Tyler Young. “We’re trying to utilize some of those ideas in Friday night’s race and hopefully, we can close out the season with another strong finish.”

It was announced last week that Austin Hill would be going full-time racing next season for the organization.

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