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Trucks: Peters takes first win of 2012

Hornaday held on to second place ahead of Matt Crafton and Johnny Sauter, and admitted that he and his crew hadn't quite nailed the truck set-up as much as they needed to if they were to beat Peters: "We made it tight. It was just not good enough," he said.

Peters win means he extends his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship lead to 12pts over Justin Lofton who finished in fourth place at Iowa on a night where the Cup and Nationwide regulars were all absent in competition over in New Hampshire. Series rookie Ty Dillon has fallen just behind Peters and Lofton after finishing in seventh at Iowa.

Full race results plus times from qualifying and practice available, along with championship standings.




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