RIDGEWAY, Va. – He’s tried, tried and tried again. But Peyton Sellers’ was winless at the prestigious Valley Star Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway--until Saturday night.
The Danville native found himself surging to the lead following a green-white checkered restart at the historic Paperclip. Sellers held off JR Motorsports development driver Carson Kvapil to win his first ever grandfather clock and a sweet $32,000 paycheck.
The win was about more than just Saturday nights race--with that, Sellers also won the Virginia Triple Crown.