Parker Kligerman will travel to Bristol Motor Speedway this Wednesday night, just four days after the 22-year-old driver made his first start with the No. 7 Red Horse Racing team. After starting 11th, Kligerman kept his Toyota Tundra clean and raced well within the lead pack most of the afternoon, claiming a fourth place finish at Michigan. This weekend, Kligerman hopes he can continue the momentum and come away with a strong finish in the NCWTS 200.
Kligerman has competed at the stadium-style short track just one previous time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, but has two NASCAR Nationwide Series starts to his credit as well. In all three appearances, Kligerman has left with top-10 finishes.
“So far I’ve been pretty successful there with a top-10 finish in every start, both Nationwide and Trucks, so I look forward to improving on that and hopefully getting up front and challenging for the win,” Kligerman commented.
During the summer months, the very top groove of the track...