No. 77 Toyota Camry Comes Home 16th at Iowa.
No. 77 Toyota Racing Team Finishes 18th in the Indiana 250
Parker Kligerman lived one block away from IMS in 2008 while racing USAC Midgets as a 17-year-old
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.
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.
No. 77 Team relegated to disappointing 18th-place finish.
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.
Parker Kligerman hopes to bring home a trophy in Bandit's backyard and make a move in the points standings.
No. 77 Toyota team earns hard-fought ninth-place finish in History 300
After taking advantage of the wave around rule with just over 20 laps remaining, the Connecticut native maneuvered his way into the top 15 by the end of the race.
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.
Parker Kligerman: "My 90-year-old grandma came to the race and I had my career-best finish in front of her. I'm proud of that -- happy she was here and hope she enjoyed herself."
Kyle Busch Racing's driver Parker Kligerman and his "Bandits" plan to take the prize at Bristol.
No. 77 Camry team relegated to a 30th-place finish at Las Vegas.
Brake issue leads to spin which causes significant damage to No. 77 Toyota.