Parker Price-Miller will make his NASCAR Camping Globe Truck Series debut July 9 at Knoxville Raceway.
KNOXVILLE, Iowa — Winged sprint automobile racer Parker Value-Miller will make his NASCAR Camping Planet Truck Series debut in future Friday’s Corn Belt 150 at Knoxville Raceway.
The 23-year-old sprint vehicle racing veteran will drive the No. 3 Chevrolet entred by Jordan Anderson Racing.
Considering that jumping into 360- and 410-winged dash cars six yrs back the Kokomo, Ind. indigenous has captured 31 wins on grime tracks all throughout the United States, Canada and Australia, including a pair of victories in the NOS Energy World of Outlaws Dash Vehicle Series.
Value-Miller, who has one particular victory at the fifty percent-mile Knoxville Raceway to his credit, has break up his time this season involving the Forbrook Motorsports No. 5 and his family members-owned No. 19.
The two-time Canadian Nationals winner (2016, 2018) holds a single get to his credit rating at the historic Knoxville Raceway whilst the driver identified as “PPM” has skilled for the Knoxville Nationals A-Principal twice.
“As a dash car or truck driver, it is so awesome that I’m getting the opportunity to make my NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut at a monitor that is the complete mecca of dash car or truck racing,” said Price tag Miller. “This calendar year racing for Person (Forbrook) we have been making an attempt to run as several weekly races at Knoxville at probable in preparing for the famed Knoxville Nationals in August. I am hoping to use some of the items I have figured out about the years to have an edge above the NCWTS regulars and gain a good end for everybody in the sprint car group.”
The Corn Belt 150 by Premier Chevy Dealers will not be the only function contested by Cost-Miller at Knoxville Raceway the weekend of July 9-10 as he will contend in Knoxville Raceway weekly 410 dash car or truck racing the extremely future evening in the No. 5 vehicle owned and wrenched by Male Forbrook.
“Parker is a extremely talented driver at the rear of the wheel of a dash auto, with the amount of money of opposition at a WoO race it is an amazing feat in its very own right to assert victory,” said group owner Jordan Anderson. “His ability to rapidly adapt will pace up the learning curve when acquiring driving the wheel of the truck for the first time. His practical experience and information at the Knoxville Raceway will make him a terrific addition to the team.”