Parker Kligerman

NASCAR Rookie Report: Kyle Larson makes a statement in Fontana

Ranking the eight-driver crop of rookies in the Sprint Cup Series
A weekly ranking of the rookies in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

Welcome to the Athlon Rookie Report, where each week David Smith will evaluate the deepest crop of new NASCAR Sprint Cup Series talent since 2006. The Report will include twice-monthly rankings, in-depth analysis, Q&A sessions with the drivers, and more.

Today, David attempts to isolate each rookie from his team and equipment and properly rank the driving chops of each driver in this year’s rookie class.

NASCAR Rookie Report: Flawed system rewards best team, not best driver

Rookie of the Year should be awarded to the best rookie, not the rookie with the best team
NASCAR's Rookie of the Year should be awarded to the best rookie, not the rookie with the best team, writes David Smith.

Welcome to the Athlon Rookie Report, where each week David Smith will evaluate the deepest crop of new NASCAR Sprint Cup Series talent since 2006. The Report will include twice-monthly rankings, in-depth analysis, Q&A sessions with the drivers, and more.

Today, David openly questions how the title of “Rookie of the Year” is awarded.

NASCAR Rookie Report: Learning the art of passing in the Cup Series

Ranking the eight-driver crop of rookies in the Sprint Cup Series
A weekly ranking of the rookies in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

Welcome to the Athlon Rookie Report, where each week David Smith will evaluate the deepest crop of new NASCAR Sprint Cup Series talent since 2006. The Report will include twice-monthly rankings, in-depth analysis, Q&A sessions with the drivers, and more.

Today, David attempts to isolate each rookie from his team and equipment and properly rank the driving chops of each driver in this year’s rookie class.

Exclusive Q&A with NASCAR Rookie Parker Kligerman

Rookie Report: Kligerman talks cautions, big purchases and writing for Jalopnik
NASCAR Sprint Cup rookie Parker Kligerman sits down for an exclusive Q&A with Athlon Sports.

Welcome to the Athlon Rookie Report, where each week David Smith will evaluate the deepest crop of new NASCAR Sprint Cup Series talent since 2006. The Report will include twice-monthly rankings, in-depth analysis, Q&A sessions with the drivers, and more.

Following the race last Sunday at Phoenix International Raceway, rookie Parker Kligerman, driver of the No. 30 Swan Racing Toyota Camry sits down with David for an extended interview. What follows is an edited transcript their chat.

NASCAR Rookie Report: The Daytona 500

Ranking the eight-driver crop of rookies in the Sprint Cup Series
A weekly ranking of the rookies in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

Welcome to the Athlon Rookie Report, where each week David Smith will evaluate the deepest crop of new NASCAR Sprint Cup Series talent since 2006. The Report will include twice-monthly rankings, in-depth analysis, Q&A sessions with the drivers, and more.

Today, David attempts to isolate each rookie from his team and equipment and properly rank the driving chops of each driver in this year’s rookie class.

Meet NASCAR's 2014 Rookie Class: The best in over a decade

Fantasy NASCAR Picks for Homestead-Miami Speedway

Geoffrey Miller breaks down the best fantasy options for the EcoBoost 400
Geoffrey Miller breaks down the best Fantasy NASCAR picks for the EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

To help guide you through the 2013 Fantasy NASCAR season, Athlon Sports contributor Geoffrey Miller will be offering his best predictions for each race. And because Yahoo's Fantasy Auto Racing game is arguably the most popular, he’ll break down the picks according to its Sprint Cup Series driver classes — A-List, B-List, C-List. The main picks are designed to make optimal use of Yahoo!’s nine-start maximum rule over the course of the season.

Johnson, Kenseth Remain Locked in NASCAR Title Toss-Up

Through the Gears: Four things we learned at Texas Motor Speedway
Four things we learned following Jimmie Johnson's win in NASCAR's AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.

Someday, fans will look back and recognize the magnitude of what Jimmie Johnson has accomplished. Already a five-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion, two races away from (potentially) number six, he’s done it in an era where parity amongst the top teams reigns supreme. At an organization built around Jeff Gordon, his co-car owner who also hired him, Johnson stole the spotlight along with the lofty goals Gordon once seemed capable of reaching.

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