Red Horse Racing
Red Horse Racing is an American racing team based in Mooresville, North Carolina. It is co-owned by business executive Tom DeLoach and NASCAR on Fox broadcaster Jeff Hammond. They field the #1 Toyota Tundra for Nelson Piquet, Jr., the #7 Lofton Cattle Toyota Tundra for Justin Lofton, and the #17 K&N Toyota Tundra for Timothy Peters in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
Red Horse Racing debuted in 2004 as Clean Line Motorsports. It was owned by Daniel Whitt and fielded the #38 Ford for his son Brandon. The team debuted at Mesa Marin Speedway finishing 19th. Clean Line was purchased by retired Mobil Oil executive Tom DeLoach, and championship crew chief/sports commentator Jeff Hammond before the 2005 season and was renamed Red Horse Racing. Whitt grabbed the team's first win at Memphis from the pole.
For the 2006 season, David Starr, former driver of the #75 Spears Chevy Silverado, drove the team's Toyotas, which switched from #38 to #11. Starr then won the fourth race of the season at Martinsville and finished fourth in the standings. Despite their success, the team was forced to release Starr at the end of the year due to a lack of sponsorship. He was replaced by Aaron Fike in...
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