Fans of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series are going to have some new names to learn next weekend, as the series heads to Knoxville Raceway for the inaugural Corn Belt 150 Presented by Premier Chevy Dealers, an event that is likely to draw a number of local dirt racers to the facility to compete in the historic event.
One of the newest names to the series will be Parker Price-Miller, who will attempt to make his NASCAR Truck Series debut for Jordan Anderson Racing in the No. 3 Chevrolet Silverado. Collecting victories in the United States, Canada and Australia, Price-Miller has had a fruitful racing career on the dirt at the young age of 23, one that includes victories in the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series and the All-Star Circuit of Champions.
“As a sprint car driver, it’s so cool that I’m getting the opportunity to make my NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut at a track that is the absolute meca of Sprint Car racing.” said Price-Miller. “This year racing for Guy (Forbrook) we have been trying to run as many weekly races at Knoxville at possible in preparation for the famed Knoxville Nationals in August. I am hoping to apply some of the things I have learned over the years to have an edge over the NCWTS regulars and earn a solid finish for everyone in the sprint car community.”
Price-Miller currently competes in select 410 Sprint Car events across the country, running primarily for nine-time Knoxville Raceway Track Champion Guy Forbrook and his team Forbrook Motorsports. However, when not competing for Forbrook, the 23-year-old brings multiple hats to the racetrack, fielding an entry for himself under the PPM Motorsports banner in select events.
Parker is a very talented driver behind the wheel of a sprint car, with the amount of competition at a WoO race it is an impressive feat in its own right to claim victory,” Said Jordan Anderson, Owner of Jordan Anderson Racing. “His ability to quickly adapt will speed up the learning curve when getting behind the wheel of the truck for the first time. His experience and knowledge at the Knoxville Raceway will make him a great addition to the team.”
However, Price-Miller isn’t just here for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event on Friday Night, but will stay an additional night and compete during the track’s weekly 410 Sprint Car Racing the following evening. In six starts at the facility this season, a best result of third-place and four top-10 results should bring the confidence to the Jordan Anderson Racing team as they search to breakthrough for their first victory.