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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Kligerman makes a full-time return to the Xfinity Series in 2023 for the first time since 2013. This veteran driver has spent the last three seasons racing half-time in the Craftsman Truck Series and enjoying some decent success in that part-time competition. Kligerman grabbed a surprising win (Mid-Ohio) and eight Top-10 finishes in just 12 starts in the No. 75 truck of Henderson Motorsports. He made just three Xfinity Series starts last season, but the lone start he made with Big Machine Racing would net an impressive sixth-place finish at Talladega. Call it a successful "tryout" or "audition", but the performance was enough to earn Kligerman a shot at full-time driving for the team in 2023. Kligerman has close to 200-career starts in NASCAR's top three divisions, and that experience makes him a valuable driver for this team and a good sleeper pick in many fantasy racing leagues.
Primarily competes in the Camping World Truck Series, but Kligerman did make one Cup Series start last season with Gaunt Brothers Racing. No 2022 plans have been announced.
Kligerman will share the No. 75 Chevrolet in 2021. The team has committed to the first handful of races in the upcoming season with veteran Kligerman kicking things off at Daytona. More races could be added if funding is made possible.
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.
More Fantasy News
Third in Shriners Children's 200
Kligerman finished third in the Shriners Children's 200 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Watkins Glen International Saturday afternoon.
Runner-up in Henry 180
Kligerman finished second in the Henry 180 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Road America Saturday afternoon.
Leads Portland Practice
Kligerman was fastest in Happy Hour practice for the Pacific Office Automation 147 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Portland International Raceway Saturday. He turned a fast lap of 94.405 mph.
Exits race early
Awarded Dover Xfinity Pole
Kligerman was awarded the pole for the A-Game 200 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Dover Motor Speedway Friday. Qualifying was cancelled due to inclement weather.