Parker Kligerman: The conqueror returns to Euphoric Arena
Kligerman and the No. 77 team, who rank 11th in the Nationwide Series owner's point standings.
NASCAR Nationwide Series top-10 in the standings are separated by only 74 points as they head to the road course in the middle of Ohio.
Kligerman has held steady in the 10th spot since the completion of race No. 17
Ready for Atlanta, the NASCAR Nationwide Series' teams and drivers are up for the challenge
Sam Hornish Jr. has the experience on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway but his top two rivals in the points will also be looking for the NASCAR Nationwide Indiana 250 victory. Six drivers will start their first race at the famous speedway.
Moves into tie for ninth in championship standings.
He isn't considered a Nationwide Series rookie by NASCAR
The No. 77 Toyota Racing team will unload KBM-12, the newest Camry in KBM's stable, for Sunday's STP 300 at Chicagoland (Ill.) Speedway in Joliet.
Bandit Chippers Racing team salvages 13th-place finish
Kyle Busch Racing's driver Parker Kligerman and his "Bandits" plan to take the prize at Bristol.
After a breakout 2012 season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Parker Kligerman graduates to a full-time NASCAR Nationwide Series ride with Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) for 2013.
No. 77 Toyota Racing Team Finishes 18th in the Indiana 250
"We put in a hard-fought year - everyone on this No. 77 team did the best they could all year long"
Parker Kligerman lived one block away from IMS in 2008 while racing USAC Midgets as a 17-year-old
Kligerman remains 10th in the Nationwide Series championship standings with 27 of 33 races complete, 153 points behind series points leader Sam Hornish Jr.
"I guess we rolled a tire and we had to go back for a drive through and we got a lap down"
Despite his recent stretch of bad luck, Kligerman has been able to remain inside the top 10 in the Nationwide Series driver point standings
Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) has proven to be successful at the mile-and-a-half track in the past, in both the Truck Series and the Nationwide Series.
No. 77 Project Pink Camry overcomes obstacles to post a seventh-place finish
No. 77 Toyota Camry Comes Home 16th at Iowa.
The Kyle Busch owned No. 77 entry also lost two positions in the owner's point standings and are now 10th, 131 points behind the series-leading No. 54 team.
The 22-year-old driver has finished 12th or better in each of his last five NNS events.