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Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) announced today that the team has signed 22-year-old Parker Kligerman to compete for the 2013 NASCAR Nationwide Series driver's championship. Kligerman will pilot the No. 77 Toyota Camry for the entirety of the 33-race schedule.
Kligerman comes to KBM's Nationwide Series program on the heels of a breakout season in 2012. In his second full-time Camping World Truck Series campaign, the talented youngster earned his first career NASCAR victory at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway in October, captured two pole awards and collected eight top-five and 15 top-10 finishes en route to a fifth-place finish in the final Truck Series driver's point standings. His Talladega victory, both poles and five of his eight top-five finishes came after joining the Toyota Racing family at the halfway point of the season.
The Connecticut native has registered five top-10 finishes in 18 career Nationwide Series starts. He posted two top-10 finishes in three starts...
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Parker Kligerman is moving up the NASCAR ladder.
Following a 2012 season which say the 22-year-old Kligerman change from Brad Keselowski Racing to Red Horse Racing mid-season, he has found a new home in a new NASCAR Series.
In 2013, Kligerman will drive for Kyle Busch Motorsports in the NASCAR Nationwide Series in the No.77 Toyota Camry.
“I feel that running full-time in the Truck...
Making an announcement of future career plans on YouTube? It may not be the classiest thing in the world, but hey it’s definitely something different. Kyle Busch Motorsports posted a video on Tuesday morning to announce that Parker Kligerman will be joining the organization in the NASCAR Nationwide Series during the 2013 season. The announcement comes [...]
Kyle Busch has frequently called this the worst year of his motorsports career. We’ve got news for him:
So, so wrong.
His tune will change by the time he reads the next 1,271 or so words. There’s some hardware in his future.
And not just any hardware … Loopie hardware. And not just any Loopie hardware … the granddaddy of them all.
So paraphrasing Ralph Wiggum...
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After a tumultuous 2012 season, that saw Parker Kligerman lose his ride at Brad Keselowski Racing only to land on his feet at Red Horse Racing – where he collected his first career Camping World Truck Series victory at Talladega – Kligerman is on the move once again. His great performance over the final stretch of last year has...
Red Horse Racing has announced that veteran crew chief Mike Beam will crew chief the #7 Zaxby's Toyota in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and driver John Wes Townley. Townley will join the team after a season at RAB Racing.
Beam brings almost over 30 years of expirence to Red Horse Racing and has 25 career NASCAR victories to his career credit including 11 in the NASCAR...
Parker Kligerman and Kyle Busch Motorsports made it official today and announced that Kligerman will pilot a full-time Nationwide Series car in 2013 for KBM. The car number will be 77 and it will be a Toyota Camry. The sponsor at this time is unknown; Monster Energy was the sponsor for KBM in the Nationwide Series last season but it is not known at this time whether they will be...
Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) announced today that veteran crew chief Harold Holly has joined the organization and will lead Joey Coulter in his quest for the 2013 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship. Additionally, the team announced that Coulter will pilot the team's flagship truck, the No. 18 Tundra, while team owner Kyle Busch will run a partial schedule in the team...
No Championship, no biggie for Loopie winners Jimmie Johnson, Kyle Busch...
Kyle Busch has frequently called this the worst year of his motorsports career.
We’ve got news for him: He’s wrong. So, so wrong. His tune will change by the time he reads the next 1,271 or so words. There’s some hardware in his future. And not just any hardware … Loopie hardware. And not just any Loopie hardware … the granddaddy of them all.
So paraphrasing Ralph...