Kligerman to drive #35 Toyota for NextGen Motorsports at Texas

Charlotte, NC (October 24, 2018) – Leading thermal imaging company, Inspectra Thermal Solutions Corporation, and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver, Parker Kligerman, announced a new partnership today at the NASCAR Hall Fame.

Kligerman will pilot the No. 35 Inspectra Thermal Toyota Tundra, fielded by NextGen Motorsports, in the JAG Metals 350 at Texas Motor Speedway next month. Kligerman and Inspectra Thermal executives Randal Buckner (President & CEO), Chris Dunn (Director of Op & Chief Thermographer), and Scot Walkowiak (Automotive Director ) unveiled the new paint scheme in the Great Hall following a brief press conference. John Vick, Motorsports Marketing Manager for Vision Motorsports, served as the emcee for the event.

Inspectra Thermal is committed to measuring their way to a more efficient environment by using FLIR thermal cameras. FLIR “The world’s sixth sense” has developed a top of the line thermal radiation camera line that can detect the most minute temperature differentials.

“Inspectra Thermal was searching for a new and innovative way to use thermal imaging in a ground breaking setting,” said Randal Buckner. “This with the help of friends, family, and loved ones has led us to NASCAR and the racing industry. We are building a bright future with Ted and Jen Brown, John Vick and the whole team where we are looking forward to becoming number one on the racetrack and in the thermal world.”

“As automotive director at Inspectra Thermal Solutions I am honored to be working with NASCAR and the new partnership with Ted, Jen, and John,” said Scot Walkowiak

“I am extremely excited about all the new possibilities that the sponsorship with Ted, Jen, John, and Parker will bring for ITS, we are embarking on new roads and the future looks bright!” said Chris Dunn.

“I am very excited for this opportunity to work with a new partner just entering into NASCAR,” said Parker Kligerman. “The technology that Inspectra Thermal provides is unlike anything I’ve ever seen. They used their thermal cameras to scan the Texas truck, and actually were able to find some ways to help make it faster. I can’t wait to get to Texas and show what we can all do together.”

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series JAG Metals 350 at Texas Motor Speedway will get the green flag at 7:30 p.m. CT (8:30 p.m. ET) Friday, November 2nd, on Fox Sports 1.

— NextGen Motorsports —