Justin Peck is the latest sprint car driver to commit to a full season of High Limit Racing action.
Peck will wheel the No. 13 Buch Motorsports entry for the entirety of the 60-race slate in the second season of High Limit racing. NASCAR Cup Series champion and co-owner of the series Kyle Larson won the inaugural championship this year.
The 25-year-old was set to compete in all 11 races this season, however an injury sidelined Peck for two races. He scored four top-10 finishes along with a victory at Indiana’s Kokomo Speedway, which earned him $26,023.
Along with his win in High Limit, Peck notched a victory at Pennsylvania’s Lincoln Speedway in February.
Peck becomes the eighth driver to commit to a full-time High Limit campaign alongside Rico Abreu, Brad Sweet, Cory Eliason, Zeb Wise, Jacob Allen, Kasey Kahne and Brenham Crouch.