Homestead-Miami Speedway has always been a track that has treated Timothy Peters and the No. 17 Parts Plus Toyota Tundra team well. The team qualified in the 19th position, but with a driver like Peters who is known for being able to drive his way through the pack – need not to worry.
Peters fought a loose Tundra for what seemed to be the majority of the race. Coupled with Red Horse Racing’s talented pit crews, Peters always feels confident that he can work his way to the front of the pack. This was proven out again tonight as a pit stop is an opportunity rather than a roadblock. With a late race call by crew chief Butch Hylton to stay out during the caution period, the No. 17 Toyota Tundra was back in contention. Once again, Peters delivered and collected a ninth-place finish in the season closer. Peters finished 10th overall in the driver point standings.
Timothy Peters talks about this race at Homestead-Miami Speedway:
“It was an eventful season finale. We had a free Parts Plus Tundra all night long. The guys worked hard and Butch made a good call to stay on there at the end to keep the track position. We capped off the season with another top-10 finish.”
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