Brad Keselowski takes over driving duties of his team's truck for Michigan

Eric Mauk

Despite sitting sixth in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series points with Parker Klingerman at the wheel, Brad Keselowski Racing has decided to take the youngster out of the seat of the #29 Dodge Ram for the series’ next race.

Keselowski put out a statement this afternoon saying that the Penske Racing driver would himself be taking over the reins of the #29 truck at Michigan International Speedway.

Parker Kligerman
Parker Kligerman

Photo by: Action Sports Photography

The statement contained no other information regarding the change, although Klingerman himself put out a reaction via his Twitter account.

“The sky's still blue, the grass still green. Fresh water is still clean,” he said. “What does it all mean? All will work out, always has, always will.”

Klingerman was sixth in the point standings, just 35 markers behind series leader Timothy Peters. He had two top-five finishes in 11 starts but had yet to make it to Victory Lane.

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Series NASCAR Truck
Drivers Brad Keselowski , Timothy Peters , Parker Kligerman
Teams Team Penske
Article type Breaking news
Tags dodge, keselowski, klingerman, nascar, trucks