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Topic - Timothy Peters
Kyle Busch is becoming as close to a sure thing as you can get at Charlotte Motor Speedway when it comes to winning NASCAR Truck Series races.
Matt Crafton grabbed the lead for the first time with 47 laps to go and held on to win the rain-delayed Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway on Sunday night for his fourth career victory.
Kyle Busch made a little history at a pretty big track.
Timothy Peters has joined some famous company fighting sexual predators on the Internet.
Timothy Peters and crew chief Butch Hylton used a weekend at Iowa Speedway a year ago as an opportunity to shake things up.
Peters and his team went to work on the truck itself, tweaking the mechanics and the aerodynamic package to better fit his driving style so, as Peters said, he could drive the truck instead of the truck driving him.
"We went there with determination. Wanting to run well, trying to keep things going positive for us from the momentum side," Peters said. "We were able to sit on the pole. That doesn't make you cocky but it gives you confidence...and throughout the race we were consistent across the board. We led a lot of laps."