Kyle Busch dominated a crash-filled Truck race at Kansas Speedway.
It took two attempts at a green-white-checkered to complete the 250 lap race.
Peters leads the driver championship point standings by two points.
Kyle Busch led the field four times for a total of 25 laps in the Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) No. 51 ToyotaCare Tundra.
Busch's victory was his first at Daytona in the Truck Series and the 36th of his career.
No. 51 Team captures sixth win and erases 23-point deficit en route to KBM's second Truck Series Owner's Championship in four years
ToyotaCare Racing Team's championship chances fade into the smoke
Crafton left Martinsville leading the series' standings for the 15th consecutive race
"Our day was pretty good overall"
Two-time defending race winner Hamlin rebounds for sixth-place finish
Darrell Wallace Jr. is the second African-American to in score a victory at the NASCAR national level - Wendell Scott won in 1964.
"Leading at the white flag and not bringing home the trophy is never satisfying"
Trying to find a "dancing partner," the No. 18 machine got hung out on the outside line and was shuffled back to 31st by lap 64
Jeb Burton got turned up into Busch and sent him slingshotting across the field
Johnny Sauter was the lucky one in a wild Talladega finish for the NASCAR Camping World Truck race tonight in Alabama.
"I am very proud of NTS Motorsports, and we are now even more hungry for a win at Talladega."
"We had a really good truck at the beginning of the race and got loose as the race progressed"
Timothy Peters was in the perfect position to snatch the victory out of the hands of Ron Hornaday in the NASCAR Camping World race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Sidelined with illness, Brennan Newberry stepped away from his No. 24 Silverado, handing driving duties over to Chevrolet teammate Austin Dillon.