Justin Peck crosses the line to take the win at Lincoln Speedway last February. (Paul Arch Photo)

Justin Peck The Latest To Commit To High Limit Full Time

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.