Danville, VA — Virginia native, Peyton Sellers, will return to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) for this weekend’s Kroger 200 at Martinsville Speedway. Sellers will pilot the No. 60 N-FAB/Pembleton Forest Products/St. Lawrence Radiology Chevrolet Silverado for TurnOne Racing. This event marks Seller’s first NCWTS start in 2012.
Sellers, the 2005 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series National Champion, who was born and raised 30 minutes from the speedway in Danville, VA, will attempt to make his seventh career NCWTS start and his second series start at the 0.526-mile speedway.
In addition to this being a hometown race for Sellers, it is also familiar ground for TurnOne Racing’s owner, Stacy Compton, who resides in nearby Hurt, VA.
Although Sellers hasn’t raced in the NCWTS since August, 2011 at Michigan International Speedway, the 29-year-old driver competed full-time in the 2012 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series at South Boston Speedway. After a successful season, Sellers finished second in the Late Model Division standings with three victories and three pole awards.
Quote from Peyton Sellers: “We are proud to bring N-FAB, an online truck accessory company, on board the No. 60 TurnOne Racing Chevrolet this weekend. We’re really looking forward to introducing them to the sport and getting them exposure up front. I’m also thankful that Pembleton Forest Products is on the hood; they are a big part of what got me here this weekend. In addition to those great supporters, St. Lawrence Radiology, who has been a Late Model partner all year, stepped-up to help us out this weekend and we are so proud to represent them. Fortunately, we were able to take them to Victory Lane three times this year at South Boston Speedway. I’m looking forward to putting this TurnOne Racing truck up front Saturday and having a good show for everyone involved.”