Timothy Peters; Red Horse Racing To Meet Air Force’s Red Horse Squadron In Las Vegas

TIMOTHY PETERS QUICK FACTS

Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Smith’s Food and Drug Stores 350

September 25, 2010

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· Peters at Las Vegas…The Smith’s Food and Drug Stores 350 will mark Timothy Peters’ third career start at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Last year, Peters started from the 24th spot and raced his way to a fifth place finish, marking his first top-10 at the Nevada track.

· Red Horse Racing Meets Red Horse Squadron…The #17 and #7 Red Horse Racing teams will be heading over to Nellis Air Force Base on Friday morning to meet with the Air Force’s own, Red Horse Squadron (RHUSAF). The group is a civil engineering unit that will be deploying in October. The Red Horse Squadron will be showing the RHR crew what they do on missions. RHUSAF’s motto is Semper Ducimus, which translates to “we always lead.” Peters hopes to make that his personal motto on Saturday night. The RHUSAF flag will also be flying on the #17 pit box during the race. That flag has flown during combat in 18 different countries and will fly for the last time on Saturday night before being laid to rest as a gift to the Commander of the RHUSAF upon his retirement.

· Peters To Run Late Model Race On Off Weekend…Timothy Peters will be busy on his first off weekend in October. He will be heading over to his home track, Martinsville Speedway to run the Virginia Is For Lovers 300, (formerly called the Baileys 300) Late Model Stock Car Race. Peters won the event in 2005 and will be going for his second grandfather clock trophy on Sunday October 3rd.

· Air Force Red Horse Squadron On the Hood At Las Vegas…The RHUSAF logo will adorn the hood and TV panel of the #17 in the Smith’s Food and Drug Stores 300. Several members of the unit will also be in the pits as guests of Red Horse Racing. Wiss Also On Board… Wiss® cutting products have been earning a reputation for craftsmanship and long life since 1848. Go to any race garage or pit toolbox and chances are you’ll find several pairs of Wiss Metalmaster® compound action snips … they’ve been the preferred brand with sheet metal pros for over 50 years. The wide Wiss product line now includes snips, scissors, industrial shears, utility knives, and HVAC tools … all with famous Wiss quality built in.

Timothy Peters on racing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway “ I like Las Vegas Motor Speedway a lot. It’s probably because we had a good run there and finished top-five last year. We just need to keep the momentum on our side. We are aware of the points battle but as a team we are really focusing on getting more wins before the season is over. We will be going for the win each week but also need to make sure we are not doing anything stupid and we can still get the top-five and top-10 finishes we need. I’m very honored to have the Red Horse Squadron on board with us this week. We are looking forward to seeing what they do at Nellis and then showing them what we do at the track.”

Jeff Hensley on racing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway “Vegas is a special place for me because I was able to visit Victory Lane there in 2006. I would love to get this team back there. We are taking our Chicago truck and it ran really well that night, we were in the top-five all night until we lost the engine. That gives me a lot of confidence this truck will be good again this weekend and we can hopefully get us another win.”

Equipment Information Timothy Peters will compete with chassis #85 in The Smith’s Food and Drug Stores 350 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. This chassis was last raced at Chicagoland Speedway where Peters started 15th and finished 21st due to an engine failure.

Timothy Peters Seeks Sponsorship Partner Peters is still seeking sponsorship for his #17 Toyota Tundra. Red Horse Racing is currently running the #17 without primary sponsorship. For more information on sponsorship opportunities please contact Tom DeLoach at 704-662-0039.

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