26 Facts About Timothy Peters


Timothy Peters last competed part-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, driving the No 25 Chevrolet Silverado for Rackley WAR.


Timothy Peters was a member of the Bobby Hamilton Racing and Richard Childress Racing driver development programs.


Timothy Peters began his NASCAR career in 2005 in what was then the Craftsman Truck Series.


Timothy Peters had two top-10 finishes in 16 events in the No 4 Bailey's Cigarettes Dodge for Bobby Hamilton Racing.


However, Timothy Peters left the team in early September and joined Richard Childress Racing, where he was to share their No 21 AutoZone Chevy with Kevin Harvick in the Busch Series in 2007, before he was released after making six starts.


Timothy Peters made two starts that season in the Truck Series, driving the No 46 for Morgan-Dollar Motorsports, and had a ninth-place finish at Martinsville.


Timothy Peters scored two consecutive top-tens at Daytona and California, putting his team fourth in owners points.


Timothy Peters won his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race on October 24,2009, for Red Horse Racing at Martinsville Speedway, after pitting on lap 34 and making the distance.


Timothy Peters came close of winning the last race at Homestead, but lost the lead with two laps to go, as Kevin Harvick won the race.


In 2010, Timothy Peters returned to Red Horse for the full season in the No 17, and started the year off with a win the season-opener at Daytona after passing Todd Bodine on the last lap.


For 2011, Timothy Peters returned to RHR, and scored 12 top-10 finishes, as well as his third career win at the final race at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis.


For 2012, Timothy Peters won his first race of the season at Iowa and would later follow that up with a flag to flag victory at Bristol.


For 2013, Timothy Peters won his first race of the season at Iowa while Erik Jones finished 2nd and would later follow that up with a victory at Las Vegas while Johnny Sauter finished 2nd.


In 2014, Timothy Peters passed Kyle Busch with 5 laps to go in the NextEra Energy Resources 250.


Timothy Peters ran in the top five early at Iowa in July 2014, but got into an accident with Ron Hornaday Jr.


For 2015, Timothy Peters got 2 wins, he won from the pole at Talladega for the Fred's 250 and got back to back victories, because he won the previous year, and would follow up with another win at a wreck filled Phoenix race, the Lucas Oil 150, getting his 10th Truck career win, after Championship contenders Matt Crafton and Erik Jones wrecked while battling for the lead.


At the time of the team's shutdown, Timothy Peters was sixth in points.


Timothy Peters drove a single race for MDM Motorsports at Texas Motor Speedway in his last start to date.


Self then came back down and hit Timothy Peters causing him to spin into the grass.


Timothy Peters was okay after the crash and finished 13th.


Timothy Peters drove two races for Young's Motorsports, Las Vegas with an 11th-place finish, and Homestead with a 10th-place finish.


Timothy Peters won the Talladega race after avoiding a last lap crash involving Noah Gragson.


In 2019, Timothy Peters signed with Niece Motorsports to run the Truck Series' first three races in their No 44 Chevrolet Silverado.


In 2020, Timothy Peters was without a ride all year until he got the call to substitute for Stewart Friesen in his No 52 Toyota at Kansas in October.


In January 2021, it was announced that Timothy Peters would drive for Rackley WAR in the 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season.


Timothy Peters married his longtime girlfriend, Sara Haskins Timothy Peters, on May 19,2007.