Peters Back In The Dodge Motorsports Dodge At Milwaukee * Timothy Peters will be making his first career Milwaukee start this weekend. * Peters will be driving the Bobby Hamilton Racing chassis "Rocket" this weekend at The Milwaukee Mile.J *...
Peters Back In The Dodge Motorsports Dodge At Milwaukee
* Timothy Peters will be making his first career Milwaukee start this weekend.
* Peters will be driving the Bobby Hamilton Racing chassis "Rocket" this weekend at The Milwaukee Mile.J * The Toyota Tundra 200 at Michigan International Speedway will mark Peters' 27th NCTS career start.
* The last time a Dodge went to victory lane at The Milwaukee Mile was in 2004 with driver Ted Musgrave. s * BHR employees Jeff White and Kip McCord were calling the shots for Casey Atwood in 1999 when he went to victory lane at The Milwaukee Mile in the DieHard 250.
Timothy Peters on Milwaukee: "Milwaukee is one of the few race tracks I have never driven on before. To be honest with you I know nothing about the track heading into this weekend except what Bobby (Hamilton Sr.) has told me. It's a flat track and hard to drive. I have been told it's similar to Loudon, but then again I have not raced at Loudon either. Bobby was telling me it was created out of an old horse track and that makes it unique and a place of its own. I know gaining experience will be an important part of this weekend. I get to run the rookie practice this weekend because I have never seen the place so I hope a little extra seat time will be just what I need for a good finish."
Hard Hit at Michigan: "Last week's wreck at Michigan was probably the hardest hit I have ever taken. I was watching the replay and could not believe the rear tires came off the ground. I woke up Sunday morning and was bruised pretty bad in several areas. I know my seat belts worked because I did not break anything, but I am pretty sure they are what caused my bruises. I will take bruises any day over a broken bone. NASCAR called me Monday and told me they had looked over my truck and the wreck and determined something broke on my truck because of oil they found. I am just glad to know that I did not just lose it."
Filling In For The Boss: "Bobby Sr. does a radio show every week with Liz Allison on 104.5 The ZONE in Nashville. Since he has been undergoing treatments Bobby Jr. and I have been filling in for him. It has been a lot of fun, a big learning experience for me. At first it is kind of intimidating when you get on the air and fans call in asking your opinion on NASCAR's latest decision. I didn't really step out on a limb too far with my answers because I don't want to ruffle any feathers, but I do a pretty good job of letting them know how I feel. A big part of helping Bobby beat this disease is pitching in where I can and I am just glad to have the opportunity to fill in for the boss."