Atlanta Comes Through Once Again For Moffitt

HAMPTON, Ga- Its been a roller coaster of a NASCAR career for Brett Moffitt. The youngster has been up and down the NASCAR ladder on his way to hoping to secure a full-time seat in the sport. Now, it appears he’s found a new home, one that could propel him back up that ladder in the very near future. 

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Brett Moffitt Returns To A Full-Time NASCAR Seat, Will Drive For Hattori Racing Enterprises In 2018

Hattori Racing Enterprises (HRE) team owner Shigeaki Hattori announced today that the organization has tabbed Brett Moffitt to drive the No. 16 AISIN Group Toyota Tundra. Moffitt will take the reins of the No. 16 entry to begin the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) season in the NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway. The Grimes, Iowa native has an extensive and successful history with HRE and crew chief Scott Zipadelli. From 2012-2013, the NASCAR Next alumnus competed in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East (NKNPSE) with…

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Red Horse Racing Shuts Down Operations

On Monday, Red Horse Racing announced that after 13 seasons in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, they have decided to shut the doors. Owner Tom DeLoach cited the lack of funding to keep going and that he can’t keep funding this team from his pocket. In 532 career NASCAR starts, Red Horse Racing reached victory lane 16 times to go along with 14 poles and 236 top 10 finishes. 10 of those 16 victories came from Timothy Peters who made it to the final round at Homestead last season.…

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Christopher Bell Leads 1st Trucks Practice, 2nd Washed Out

Martinsville, VA – Despite rain being forecasted for much of Friday for the Martinsville Speedway area, NASCAR was still able to complete at least one of the two scheduled NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practice sessions at the .526-mile Virginia short track in preparation for Saturday’s Alpha Energy Resources 250 (3 p.m. ET/FOX/MRN). In the first session, the only one to be run today, youth was best served with the entire top five on the speed charts being 24 years old or younger. In fact, if you go through the top 10,…

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Moffitt, Peters To Run Both Red Horse Racing Entries in 2017

Daytona Beach, Fla – After picking up one win and three top-five finishes in six NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts for Red Horse Racing in 2016, Brett Moffitt will pilot the No. 7 Toyota Tundra at Daytona International Speedway and Atlanta Motor Speedway, joining series veteran Timothy Peters at Red Horse Racing. Both teams are continuing to look for sponsorship to fill out the year.  The 24-year-old from Grimes, Iowa was the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Rookie of the Year in 2015 and has earned nine wins in the…

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Brett Moffitt Wins Thrilling Trucks Race at Michigan With Last Lap Pass

For most of today’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at the Michigan International Speedway, it looked like Timothy Peters would get the victory. Peters, started as well as stayed up front for all of Saturday’s Careers for Veterans 200, but it was his Red Horse Racing teammate who stole the win in the end. Brett Moffitt was making just his fourth Truck start with the team on Saturday, as he had some great success in the previous three races. He had finishes of third and second in the last…

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Brett Moffitt to Run 3 More Truck Races for Red Horse Racing

Red Horse Racing announced on Wednesday that Brett Moffitt will be back behind the wheel of the No. 11 Toyota for three more events in 2016. Moffitt, 24, will race in the upcoming event at Bristol next weekend as well as the races at Michigan and the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park. This isn’t the first time he’s been in that Truck, as he has driven the No. 11 twice this season, once at Kentucky where an engine failure ended his day early, and also at Pocono, where he finished third.

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