2024 High Limit Racing at East Bay Raceway Park

Parker Price-Miller Adds Name To High Limit Racing Roster

Parker Price-Miller Adds Name To High Limit Racing Roster

Parker Price-Miller has committed to running the full High Limit Racing schedule in 2024.

Dec 13, 2023 by Brandon Paul

“The Law Firm” is heading for the High Limit room. Parker Price-Miller, driving the family-owned #9P, is the newest name to commit to a full-time High Limit Racing effort in 2024.

PPM is the 12th High Roller confirmed for next year, joining previously announced Rico Abreu (Abreu No. 24), Jacob Allen (Shark Racing No. 1A), Spencer Bayston (CJB Motorsports No. 5), Brenham Crouch (Crouch No. 1), Corey Day (Jason Meyers Racing No. 14), Cory Eliason (Ridge & Sons Racing No. 8), Kasey Kahne (Kahne No. 9), Justin Peck (Buch Motorsports No. 13), Brad Sweet (Kasey Kahne Racing No. 49), Zeb Wise (Rudeen Racing No. 26), and Chris Windom (Vermeer Motorsports No. 55).

A two-time winner with the World of Outlaws and three-time victor with the All Star Circuit of Champions, PPM has finished in the top-10 of both championship standings before. Prior to that, he did earn the 2016 MOWA Sprint Car Championship at the young age of 16.


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A native of Kokomo, Indiana, now 25 years old, Price-Miller will partake in two High Limit events in his home state next year. Both coming during the famed Month of May in Indy, PPM will headline a $20,000-to-win Midweek Money Series race at Kokomo Speedway on Tuesday, May 14 and then a $12,000-to-win stop at Lawrenceburg Speedway on Friday, May 31.

With 38 tracks highlighted on the 60-date calendar, PPM will return to plenty of familiar venues in 2024. Among the places he has already conquered on the High Limit schedule are Florida’s East Bay Raceway Park, Iowa’s 34 Raceway, Illinois’ Tri-City Speedway, and Ohio’s Atomic Speedway.

Parker’s High Limit Racing campaign officially begins on Monday & Tuesday, February 12-13 at East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa, FL, and concludes on Friday & Saturday, October 11-12 at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, TX. Along with a trio of six-figure paydays and 25+ races paying $20,000 or more to win, teams will also compete for a $1 million championship fund and an additional $100,000 points fund for the Midweek Money Series.

The busy week continues for High Limit Racing with plenty of more news to come on the cast of 2024 High Rollers. Stay tuned to FloRacing.com to keep up with the incoming announcements.

For fans unable to attend the track next year, you will be able to stream every High Limit Racing event live on FloRacing.