|Base||Mooresville, North Carolina|
|Series||Camping World Truck Series|
|Drivers||#7 - Brian Ickler|
#17 - Timothy Peters
#77 - German Quiroga
|Sponsors||#7 - Bullet Liner|
#17 - Valvoline
#77 - NET10 Wireless/OtterBox
|Debut||2005 Florida Dodge Dealers 250|
Red Horse Racing is a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series team owned by NASCAR on FOX broadcaster Jeff Hammon and Thomas DeLoach]. They team currently fields the #7 [Bullet Liner Toyota Tundra for Brian Ickler, the #17 Valvoline Toyota Tundra for Timothy Peters, and the #77 NET10 Wireless/OtterBox Toyota Tundra for German Quiroga. The team was a Ford in 2004, during Whitt's rookie run and was owned by his father. Then, the team was known as Clean Line Motorsports, but was purchased by championship crew chief Jeff Hammond before the 2005 season. Whitt has won once in 2005 and was renamed Red Horse Racing.
In the 2005 off-season, it has been announced that David Starr, former driver of the #75 Spears Chevy Silverado, will drive the team's Toyotas, and switched to #11. Starr then won the fourth race of the season at Martinsville and has been in the top-5 since. The team is looking to expand to two truck, if they can receive sponsorship.