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- His season started on a terrifying note at Daytona, when on the final lap, Brandon Brown pushed Timothy Peters into him causing his truck to spin.
- A year later, the No. 23 team returned with Timothy Peters driving at Martinsville, getting a top 10.
- On January 31, 2019, Timothy Peters announced that he would join Niece for the first three events of the 2019 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series schedule.
- Three of the four "championship 4" drivers (who are shown below), were the same as last year's; the only difference being Austin Cindric in it instead of Timothy Peters.
- He led 25 laps and Timothy Peters got by Busch with 5 laps to go.
- Timothy Peters won the Pole.
- Timothy Peters and Shigeaki Hattori were the only other drivers to fulfill the Rookie of the Year Award's requirement that drivers compete in at least eight of the first 20 races to be eligible.
- Development driver Timothy Peters took over and drove for seventeen races, finishing in the top-ten twice and was runner-up to Todd Kluever for Rookie of the Year.
- Following a caution caused by dual spins by Timothy Peters and Bubba Wallace, Jones would pass Chastain on the restart with 10 to go and hang on to become the youngest winner in series history at 17 years, 5 months, 16 days, beating Chase Elliott's record from September.
- At Bristol Motor Speedway, defending winner Timothy Peters led most of the race.
- Subpar finishes in the next two events, including a late-race blown tire at Phoenix, meant Buescher needed to score at least a seventh-place finish at Homestead to clinch the title over Dillon and Timothy Peters.
- Timothy Peters drove the 46 in three races, with a top ten.
- On August 27, Moffitt won at Michigan in his fourth start in the No. 11 (and sixth career start) after passing both William Byron and Red Horse Racing teammate Timothy Peters on the final lap of the Career For Veterans 200.
- At Texas in November, Quiroga led 12 laps late in the race before being passed by Kyle Busch on a green-white-checker restart, then spinning out racing his teammate Timothy Peters on the last lap.
- The team returned part-time again in 2018 with Timothy Peters for 3 races.
- After missing the playoffs with Friesen, Timothy Peters was tabbed as a replacement driver for a late-season race at Kansas Speedway; Friesen had already scheduled a dirt racing appearance for the night of the race.
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