We know the name now of the person whose remains were found in Callaway County last month.The sheriff’s department says it does not suspect foul play in the death of Fulton native Loy Peters, 39.Peters’ remains were found close to County Road 311 on Feb. 24 near Route F west of Fulton.
- Chase Elliott excited about No. 9 and building on great playoffs run
RELATED: How many wins for Chase Elliott in 2018?Chase Elliott’s new car number may not make him go faster, but it does mean a lot to him to carry his father Bill Elliott’s No. 9 on his Hendrick Motorsports Camaro.He likes the look of the Camaro and the No. 9 on it. And that has always been his favorite number. But while the change means a lot to him, Elliott does not expect it to change his performance.“I’m very lucky and honored to carry the number that I’ve carried for a number of years before this year, so it’s like getting back home to me from that sense,” Elliott said during a break in the test session Tuesday at Texas Motor Speedway. “But no, I don’t think it’s going to make me go any faster or slower. I wish it did make us go faster. I would love that, but unfortunately numbers don’t.”RELATED: Elliott debuts new Chevy in test at TexasBut maybe he doesn’t need that much of a boost anyway. In his second season at Hendrick and paired with crew chief Alan Gustafson, Elliott’s top-five finishes, top-10 finishes, laps led, average starting position and average finish all improved.Elliott qualified for the NASCAR Playoffs, and really put on a show in the postseason, piling up four runner-up finishes, and finishing in the top 10 in seven of the 10 races. Just missing a spot in the Championship 4, Elliott finished fifth in the final 2017 standings.MORE: Elliott’s 2017 season recap“I was very proud of our team and the way we ran in the final 10 weeks last year,” Elliott said. “I know it didn’t end like we wanted it to. We had the pace to be there and to have a shot at Homestead and we didn’t, but we had the pace to do it throughout those 10 weeks and I think that is something to be proud of.“We had the pit stops to do it, we had the race strategy calls to do it. I think I can do it and excited to give it another shot this year.”
- New 2013 Look 675 Performance Endurance Road Bike – Close Up Pix & Weights
It has a PFBB86 and cables run out if the downtube just in front of it. There’s also battery mount and wire ports on the frame, so you can run either type of drivetrain.Up front, it has a completely integrated front end without giving up the ability to run a different stem if you really wanted to give up the aesthetic. On the side of the headtube are two small adjustment points that affect a spanner at the upper headset cup. This adjusts the headset, so the stem is freed from that duty. This means you don’t need spacers, and can use the various stems available to adjust cockpit height.The front of the A-stem uses spacers to set length and several options are available for a range of 80mm to 120mm with 0°, 5°, 10° and 15° rise in all lengths.Actual weight for a size large bike with Look pedals and a carbon water bottle cage is 17lb 5oz. The new Look 675 is their take on a performance endurance bike. Seat and chainstays are flattened to soak up the chatter, but look stout enough to keep the bike laterally rigid. In fact, they say it’s about as stiff as their top of the line 695 race bike at the bottom bracket.More photos, details and actual weight below…