Parker Kligerman will return to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2017, partnering with Henderson Motorsports to compete in the organization’s #75 truck for at least eight to 10 races. Kligerman attempted to make his debut with the organization at Talladega Superspeedway in October 2016, but failed to qualify. In addition to Kligerman’s time in the truck, the team’s primary driver since 2012, Caleb Holman, will be back for select events. Holman competed in five races in 2016, with a best finish of ninth at Atlanta Motor Speedway in the team’s first event of the year.
Henderson Motorsports announced Parker Kligerman and Caleb Holman will share driving duties for the Food Country USA sponsored team in 2017 in the NASCAR Truck Series. Between the two drivers the team plans to run 12-15 races. Kligerman plans to run the Daytona truck race in two weeks. Kligerman finished third in last year’s truck race at Daytona. Holman’s first truck race will be in the spring at Martinsville. Chris Carrier will serve as crew chief. He and Holman earned a pole position last year at Eldora. Carrier and Kligerman have worked together in the past and shared 9 victories together in the ARCA Series. Henderson Motorsports, owned by Charlie Henderson runs one of the oldest active teams in NASCAR.
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