With the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series heading to one of the premier sprint car tracks in Knoxville Raceway, Jordan Anderson Racing has enlisted the services of a driver who certainly knows his way around Knoxville and in a sprint car. On Friday, JAR announced Parker Price-Miller will drive the #3 Chevrolet Silverado in 9 July’s Corn Belt 150. It will be his maiden NASCAR race.
Nicknamed “The Law Firm”, Price-Miller is no stranger to winning at Knoxville. The 410 sprint car racer has won at the Iowa dirt track and participated in the prestigious Knoxville Nationals, making the A-Main in 2018 (finished eighteenth, won the B-Main) and 2019 (sixteenth). The Indiana native has also raced outside the United States, winning the Canadian Nationals in 2016 and 2018 and competing in Australia.
“As a sprint car driver, it’s so cool that I’m getting the opportunity to make my NASCAR Camping World Truck Series début at a track that is the absolute mecca of sprint car racing,” Price-Miller said.
“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.”
After the Truck race, Price-Miller will also run Knoxville’s 410 sprint car event the following day.
“Parker is a very talented driver behind the wheel of a sprint car, with the amount of competition at a WoO (World of Outlaws) race it is an impressive feat in its own right to claim victory,” team owner Jordan Anderson commented. “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.”
The #3 has been driven by a multitude of drivers in 2021 including Anderson, who holds the team’s best finish of second. Bobby and Roger Reuse, Keith McGee, and Howie DiSavino III have also made starts. J.R. Heffner piloted the truck for the first dirt race at Bristol in March, but withdrew following a practice crash. JAR, who also competes in the Xfinity Series, is currently thirty-first in owner points.