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Through everything, Kligerman stayed positive, taking to his Twitter account, @pkligerman, to post positive comments, never once showing that he was distraught.
Today, Thursday, it was announced that Kligerman would be joining the Red Horse Racing stable (Get it? Red Horse Racing…stable. Sorry, it had to be done.) starting at Michigan International Speedway for the VFW 200. Parker will be piloting the No. 7 Red Horse Racing Toyota Tundra for the remainder of the 2012 Camping World Truck Series season with Chad Kendrick as his crew chief. Kendrick was partly responsible for leading the No. 7 team to a victory at Daytona in February.
Kligerman is very happy about his new ride, “When you look at truck series teams right now, there’s no doubt Red Horse Racing is definitely one of the top organizations. I’m really excited to make the move here with the support of Tom DeLoach and everyone at this team to see how we can help the team and be successful. It sounds so cliché to say I’m excited, but it’s the only word to say because it perfectly describes what I’m looking forward to doing, and that’s winning in these trucks,” Kligerman continued, “I feel like Red Horse gives you the best equipment they can and at the end of the day that’s all you look for as a driver; the actual chance to win, not just the trophy. So it’s our job now to go out there and get the trophy and I feel like this is a place I can do that.”
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Best of luck to Parker and Red Horse Racing as they kick off the beginning of their partnership at Michigan International Speedway.
To follow Parker on Twitter: @pkligerman
To follow Red Horse Racing on Twitter: @RedHorseRacing