Found May 05, 2013 on Start 'N' Park Blog: Yardbarker Blogger Network
In his first visit to Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway since winning last year’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event, Parker Kligerman was looking to repeat the feat in Saturday’s Nationwide Series Aaron’s 312. After leading three times for four laps, all in the second half of the event, Kligerman had his Camp Horsin’ Around/Bandit Chippers Camry right where he wanted it as the field took the white flag. He was tucked in behind race leader Austin Dillon, hoping that the two would remain at the front when they returned to the tri-oval and then be able to slingshot his way to the win. Coming down the backstretch, a pack of cars with huge momentum caught them from behind and as the two shifted lanes in tandem, in an effort to block them, they became disconnected. The No. 77 Toyota had fallen just outside the top 10 by the time the field made its way through Turn 4, until a seven-car melee ensued and the Connecticut native came out of the pileup in sixth place as the caution waved and...
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