Found November 23, 2012 on Speed Network:
PLAYERS: Kyle Busch
Kyle Busch scored only one victory across three divisions in a weird 2012…

Kligerman to Kyle Busch Motorsports

Many sources confirmed today that Parker Kligerman will be driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports in the Nationwide Series for the 2013 season. Few details were released on the signing as to what sponsor, car number, etc. Busch mentioned during championship weekend that he and Kurt (Busch) will not likely be sharing a full-time ride in the Nationwide Series for the2013 season and he...

Looking in the Rearview Mirror: Crowning Achievements

We’ve ended the 2012 season, only 97 days till the Daytona 500. What a season it has been, but we approach the off season with driver changes and the Gen 6 (aka new car).   The weekend started off with the Camping World Truck series. Kligerman was on the pole and took the lead on the green flag. Lap 6 found Piquet Jr to the lead Lap 14 the top five are Piquet Jr, Kyle Busch, Kligerman...

Parker Kligerman to join Kyle Busch Motorsports in 2013

Parker Kligerman, spent time between two teams in the Camping World Truck Series during the 2012 NASCAR season; 10 races in the No.29 for Brad Keselowski Racing and the final 12 races of the season in the No.7 for Red Horse Racing. Kligerman’s best finish at BK Racing was 2nd at Dover. He was let go in favor of Ryan Blaney – who ran [...]

Pick a Series Format Working in NASCAR Nationwide Series

NASCAR has made a lot of aggressive rule changes in the past few seasons. Perhaps one of the most aggressive rule changes was when before the 2011 season NASCAR announced that a driver would have to pick a series to run for the championship. Each NASCAR driver would have to pick a box to check before the season and that's where they would be scored points. It was a move that...
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