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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Parker Kligerman
Austin Hill, who is locked into the playoffs, will lead the field to green after his win three weeks ago at Knoxville.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Kligerman signed with Henderson Motorsports and will share the No. 75 Chevy truck with Caleb Holman. Kligerman should make about 8-10 starts with this team in 2017.
Kligerman signed with Ricky Benton Racing in February 2016. He'll race in at least a part-time capacity with this team this season.
The Camping World Truck Series sensation makes the full-time jump to the Nationwide Series in the coming year. Kligerman was hired over the off-season to pilot Kyle Busch Motorsports new second team, the No. 77 Toyota. The 21-year-old rising star will not be eligible for Rookie of the Year because he has 18 prior starts in the Nationwide Series and with some success as well. In 2012 alone, Kligerman collected a pair of Top 10’s in just three starts in the strong No. 22 Dodge. It’s that level of performance that earned him this job with KBM. We don’t expect Kligerman to let down team owner Kyle Busch either. The young driver had one victory and finished a very respectable fifth in last season’s truck series driver standings. Kilgerman should have a big first full season of racing in the Nationwide Series.
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Kligerman finished 12th in the Gander RV Duel 1 at Daytona International Speedway Thursday night.
Part-Time Schedule in 2018
Kligerman wears multiple hats these days. Not only is he a racecar driver, but he also frequently plays the role of analyst for NASCAR on NBC. Kligerman is still hanging onto his original hat, though. The two-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series winner will be returning for a part-time schedule with Henderson Motorsports in 2018, piloting the No. 75 truck for the second year in a row, frontstretch.com reports.