Price-Miller 13th at Lernerville

(Teejay Crawford Photo)

PETERSEN MEDIA- Coming off of a tough weekend in Central PA, Parker Price-Miller and his team were back in action with the All Star Circuit of Champions at the Lernerville Speedway and the Mercer Raceway, and also took on the World of Outlaws at the Tri-State Speedway on Sunday night.

“We had good speed at times, but I was unable to get the finishes this team deserved,” Price-Miller said.

Friday night at the Lernerville Raceway, the Kokomo, IN driver timed his PPM Titanium Products/Indy Race Parts/Keizer Wheels No. 9p machine in 9th fastest, and fourth in his heat race, putting him in the second row. Working his way to second in heat race action, Price-Miller would find himself in the night’s dash.

Lining up in the seventh spot following the draw, Price-Miller would finish in the 10th spot, and line up in the fifth row for the feature event. When the race went green, Price-Miller was able to grab some positions early as he ran in the seventh spot for much of the race.  With the laps clicking off, “The Law Firm” would get over the edge of the speedway, and would slip back to finish in the 13th spot.

Saturday night saw the ASCoC invade the Mercer Raceway Park, and Price-Miller got his night started off by timing in 15th fastest, putting him in the fifth spot in his heat race group. Starting fifth in his heat, Price-Miller would fall to the seventh spot at the finish line, putting him in the night’s B Main.

Picking up the B Main win from his pole starting position, Price-Miller would line up in the 11th row for the feature event, and find himself with an 18th place finish.

A busy weekend saw Price-Miller and his team take on the World of Outlaws on Sunday night as they invaded the Hoosier state. Taking to the Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, IN, Price-Miller would lay down a strong lap in time trials, as he timed in ninth fastest.

Finishing third in his heat race, Price-Miller would line up for the feature event in the sixth row. Getting off to a good start, Price-Miller would work up into the eighth position, but the yellow flag would fly, negating his progress.

The ensuing restart saw cars bottle up, with Price-Miller’s machine getting some damage, as he was forced to make a trip to the work area. Restarting from the tail end of the field, Price-Miller would eventually lose a lap, and opt to pull off the speedway, as he closed his weekend out with a 23rd place finish.

“It was a frustrating weekend, but it was really nobody’s fault,” Price-Miller said. “We had a really good car every night I thought, but things just did not seem to go our way. I really want to thank everybody for their hard work.”

Price-Miller and his team would like to thank PPM Titanium Products, Indy Race Parts, Keizer Wheels, CSI Shocks, Select Equipment, Wesmar Racing Engines, Esslinger, and Triple X Race Components for their continued support.

2015 BY THE NUMBERS: Starts- 22, Wins- 2, Top 5’s- 4, Top 10’s- 6

ON TAP: Price-Miller will be back in action on Saturday night at the Attica Raceway Park.

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