Found June 03, 2013 on
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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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At Saturday’s NASCAR’s Nationwide Series 5 Hour Energy 200 at Dover, driver Parker Kligerman had a spot of trouble during his first pit stop of the day, as he exited pit row with a tire jack still wedged underneath his car. Amazingly enough Kligerman completed the lap—rather slowly for obvious reasons—with the jack in place, until pitting again so that his crew could remove...
When Parker Kligerman left the pits in Saturday’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race he took a little extra equipment with him. A jack to be exact.
Kligerman completed a lap under caution around Dover International Speedway with the jack underneath his No. 77 Toyota before returning to the pits to have it removed.
Front tire changer Mark Armstrong was struck in the leg by the jack...
During the 5-Hour Energy 200 race at Dover, driver Parker Kligerman pulled a similar, yet much worse, move akin to leaving your gas cap open after filling up. Only this time it was the fact that he forgot there was still a jack attached to his car. You can see Parker take off with a jack in tow, and it is even more amazing that he made it an entire mile back to his pit crew with...
Parker Kligerman and the No. 77 Toyota Racing team overcame two pit road miscues, one by the over-the-wall crew and one by the driver, to post a respectable 11th-place finish in the 5-Hour Energy 200 at Dover (Del.) International Speedway. Kligerman came from the tail end of the field twice and gained five positions over the final 20 laps to post his eighth consecutive top-15 finish...