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Parker Kligerman

A recent encounter with the seven-time series champion at a monotonous test showed another side of Jimmie Johnson, the NBCSN analyst writes.
The choices by Williams F1 Team underscore a trend that thankfully hasn’t overtaken NASCAR yet.
A mix of nostalgia, sentimentality and body chemistry might distort our perspectives on racing quality, writes the NBCSN analyst and NASCAR driver.
After spending the weekend watching the Joe Gibbs Racing driver dazzle at Watkins Glen International, the NBCSN analyst writes of a newfound appreciation for ‘legendary’ talent.
Electric car series has the splash and style but needs substance (or at least a play-by-play on the PA) for fans on site.
As society’s entertainment options become fragmented, focusing on hooking race fans -- particularly those who love dirt -- is the way to rebuild audience.
The NASCAR on NBC analyst writes about his trip to the 101st edition of the Greatest Spectacle in Racing and its everlasting appeal.
How a collaborative approach to building audience for auto racing could be modeled after the Las Vegas Strip.
The case for running a Camry, Fusion and Malibu on Charlotte Motor Speedway’s quarter-mile oval and road course.
The NBCSN analyst and NASCAR veteran driver is happy to evangelize about his sport. But he’s come to understand it isn’t the make or break key to its existence.
From his Twitter avatar to his entry into the 101st Indianapolis 500, the two-time F1 champion continually demonstrates he is all about racing.
Parker Kligerman responds to the question: ‘How do you feel about the cars being stuck to the ground vs. skating around?’
There never has been a better time to take in ‘The Great American Race’ ... and to learn about America.
When it comes to scuffles, NASCAR needs to stay hands off. And the airline industry shows us why.
As NASCAR considers reducing the decibel level, the recent history of Porsche can provide an important lesson.
Top Golf could be a model for an enjoyable racing experience, writes the NASCAR on NBC analyst and veteran driver.
In his latest column, the NBCSN analyst and NASCAR driver makes the case for eliminating the use of wind tunnels.
The NBCSN analyst and NASCAR driver believes his sport’s endearing nuances are a key to its appeal.
In an open letter to the Texas Motor Speedway president, the NASCAR driver and NBCSN analyst has some suggestions