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Timothy Peters Gambles on Fuel to Win on His Home Track, Martinsville

Mother Nature cooperated long enough on Saturday for Timothy Peters to break through, collecting his first career win in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on his home track, Martinsville Speedway. Peters made his lone pit stop on Lap 33, making two stops for tires and fuel. Then led the final 84 laps to beat Todd Bodine by 1.716 seconds for the win a mere 15 minutes from home. Mike Skinner in the No. 5 PC Miler Navigator Toyota started on the pole, it was his third pole of the season and his 50th career pole. Ron Hornaday Jr. in the VFW Chevrolet started from the outside pole position and it's his seventh start this season from the front row. Kevin Harvick in the No. 4 Bounty Chevrolet started third, Denny Hamlin in the No. 51 Miccosuke...

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