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Price-Miller Claims MOWA Championship



PETERSEN MEDIA- Coming alive with the Midwest Open Wheel Association over the summer months, Parker Price-Miller would catapult himself into the point lead. Riding the wave of momentum through the back half of the season, Price-Miller celebrated his first career series championship on Saturday night.

“It is a pretty cool to feeling pull this off,” Price-Miller said of his series title. “It’s truly a mark of how strong of a team this is, and I have to thank everyone that made this possible.”

Though it wasn’t the dominant weekend he had a week ago, Price-Miller still did what was necessary over the weekend in Jackson, IL.

Friday night, PPM would get off to a sluggish start as he timed the FlyingAG/Royal Life Centers/360 Yield Center backed No. 2 in eighth fastest before securing a third place finish during his heat race.

Moving into the feature event, the Kokomo, IN pilot would grid the field from the eighth starting spot. Fighting some throttle issues during the course of the race, Price-Miller was unable to run the curb like he needed to, and it held him back at times though he would still power his way to a fourth place finish.

Not taking any chances during the MOWA season finale on Saturday night, Price-Miller and company would change engines with so much on the line. Getting off to a rocky start during time trials, ‘The Law Firm’ would get into the wall during time trials and would end up with the 10th fastest lap.

Running third in his heat race for the second night in a row, PPM would find himself in the fifth row of the feature event. On a very slick surface, Price-Miller would quickly jump up into the seventh spot before the rubber began going down on the track.

With the conditions continuing to worse, the racing action would become single file and Price-Miller’s seventh place finish would net him the MOWA Championship.

“We were good all weekend, but not quite good enough,” Price-Miller added. “Fortunately we were really good at times during the season that we could afford a fourth and seventh place finish and still take home the title. I really have to thank everyone who made this possible, and now I turn my attention to the Trophy Cup in California.”

Price-Miller and his team would like to thank FlyingAG, Royal Life Centers, 360 Yield Center, Pfister, Encirca, Valvoline, Townline Variety, Indy Race Parts, and Agee Farms for their support in 2016.

ON TAP: Parker Price-Miller is now set to make his first ever appearance at the 23rd Annual Trophy Cup that takes place in Tulare, CA and Thunderbowl Raceway.

STAY CONNECTED: Stay connected with Parker by following him on Twitter @Parker_PM9.

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