Henderson Motorsports Tag

By Holly Cain, NASCAR Wire Service Parker Kligerman may be a popular television race commentator but the 31-year old Connecticut driver reminded the NASCAR world that he is first, a race car driver, winning Saturday’s Inaugural O’Reilly Auto Parts 150 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in a highly-spirited final laps battle with Zane Smith. Ultimately, Kligerman held off the three-time race winner Smith – the two crossing the line side-by-side with Kligerman’s No. 75 Henderson Racing Chevrolet taking a .119-second margin of victory in a race that concluded withRead More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor BRISTOL, Tenn. – It’s good to be on home turf. Parker Kligerman, who drives for Abingdon, Virginia based Henderson Motorsports gave the home crowd a thrill in Thursday night’s UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway as he scored a fourth-place finish, marking his best NASCAR Camping World Truck Series finish of the season. “It’s a good run for everyone at Henderson Motorsports and Food Country USA in their backyard here,” said Kligerman. “It’s a home race for them. It’s the Super Bowl for us. We’ve gotRead More
By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer CONCORD, N.C. – A very up and down day resulted in a Top-10 finish for Parker Kligerman. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver ran well in the underfunded Henderson Motorsports No. 75 Food Country USA Chevrolet Silverado at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The North Carolina Education Lottery marked Kligerman’s fourth race of the season. In the final 10-lap run to the finish, he got caught in the middle, beating and banging with Ben Rhodes, Brett Moffitt, and Stewart Friesen. The 27-year-old narrowly avoided the driftingRead More
By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service TALLADEGA, Ala. – The massive wreck in Turn 1 that gobbled up a pack of trucks in overtime at Talladega Superspeedway spared a part-time driver with one win on his career resume and a lower-budget team fighting for the final spot in the Round of 6 of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series’ Playoff. The part-timer, Parker Kligerman, charged to the front past pole winner, series leader and race runner-up Christopher Bell after the final restart and had the lead in Saturday’s Fred’s 250Read More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer CONCORD, N.C. – Entering the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Parker Kligerman only had one start in the 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season. After a DNQ at Daytona International Speedway and a bad fuel pump at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Kligerman was looking to turn his luck around. Off of the hauler, Kligerman’s No. 75 FoodCountryUSA / LopezWealthMgt Toyota Tundra seemed as if it would be a dark horse for the race. He was 16th in the first practice, andRead More