Found June 03, 2013 on Outside the Boxscore:
PLAYERS: Parker Kligerman
Back on Saturday, a NASCAR Nationwide driver by the name of Parker Kligerman garnered some Internet attention for driving a lap at Dover International Speedway with something stuck under his vehicle. The below video clip shows Kligerman's #77 car traveling around the track with a jack lodged underneath the left side of the vehicle: Clearly, Parker doesn't know Jack! (Courtesy of TireBall)
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