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2014 Charlotte: Red Horse Racing NASCAR Truck Race Recap
Posted by: newsla on May 18, 2014 - 07:02 AM
2014 Charlotte: Red Horse Racing NASCAR Truck Race Recap

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series teams returned to Charlotte Motor Speedway on Friday morning, anxious to get on track after torrential rains cancelled Thursday's practice sessions. Following two hours of practice, the Red Horse Racing drivers lined their Toyota Tundras up on pit road for the new elimination-style qualifying. All three RHR entries transferred into the second session where Germán Quiroga turned the 20th-quickest lap.


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Brian Ickler and Timothy Peters transferred into the final qualifying session where Ickler and the No. 7 Bullet Liner team locked in the fifth position and Peters and the No. 17 Red Horse Racing team earned the ninth starting position. Throughout the first half of the 134-lap race, each of the three teams made adjustments to improve the balance on the trucks. On lap 105 and while running in the top 10, the No. 7 Bullet Liner Toyota was collected by a spinning truck and sustained damage that prevented the team from completing the race, relegating them to a 23rd-place finish.

Coming to the checkered flag, Quiroga was turned and the OtterBox was severely damaged but finished in the ninth position. The Red Horse Racing driver climbed to third in the championship point standings, and is the only NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competitor to have finished in the top 10 in every event so far in the 2014 season. Timothy Peters battled a tight-handling truck throughout the night, but came home in the fifth position, and remaining second in the championship point standings.

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