Found 23 days ago on
Speedway Digest - Home for NASCAR News:
Bristol Motor Speedway has more nicknames than the other tracks. Nicknames like: 'Thunder Valley,' 'World's Fastest Half-Mile' and probably the most appropriate for Wednesday night's UNOH 200 - 'The Last Great Colosseum.' Appropriate because Timothy Peters in the No. 17 Parts Plus Toyota Tundra took on the role of a modern day gladiator as he battled his way around this demanding track, never giving up, and leading for most of the race. Due to the speeds attained at a track this short, the leaders very quickly find themselves driving in slower traffic. Peters captured the race lead on lap 63 and was determined to repeat his win at the half-mile.
Once again, the Parts Plus Tundra pit crew was able to demonstrate the meaning of teamwork during the first yellow flag stop and maintain the lead with a four tire stop. A late race caution forced the Tundra team to make a last minute decision to stay out on track with less than 10 laps to go. On the restart,...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
About to be lapped 20 laps from the finish, Kyle Busch took advantage of a late caution to regroup and charge back to his fourth NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory at Bristol Motor Speedway on Wednesday night.
Busch’s deciding pass of Ryan Blaney came on the 195th of 200 laps around the .533-mile track but he was challenged at the checkered flag by defending UNOH 200 winner...
Wednesday night marks the 16th running of the UNOH 200 Camping World Truck Series race from the Bristol Motor Speedway. One year ago it was Timothy Peters leading all 204 laps on route to the victory. Peters and his Red Horse Racing team look to pick up where he left[...]
Chase Elliott won the pole for Wednesday night’s UNOH 200from Bristol with a time of 15.328 seconds. Ryan Blaney, Ty Dillon, Timothy Peters, and German Quiroga round out the top five starting positions. The drivers who did not make the event are Mike Harmon and Jennifer Jo Cobb. The event[...]
Darrell Wallace, Jr. led the way with a lap of 15.426 seconds in the first practice for the UNOH 200 from Bristol. Rounding out the top five was Chase Elliott, James Buescher, Timothy Peters, and German Quiroga. Pos # Driver Team Time Behind 1 54 Darrell Wallace Jr. LibertyTireRecycling/GroundSmart Toyota[...]