Parker Price-Miller will be looking for a new ride in 410 sprint car action.
The 25-year-old Indiana native revealed on social media on Sunday that he and McCandless Motorsports “have decided to mutually part ways.”
Price-Miller further detailed the split between both sides.
“We both had different paths we had in mind and (it) just didn’t work out.”
News regarding my future plans. pic.twitter.com/OAIupS7TBr— Parker Price Miller (@parker_pm9) May 7, 2023
Future plans for Price-Miller remain to be seen.
“Might run my car when I can and possibly try some late model stuff here and there,” Price-Miller said via social media.
Earlier in the season, Price-Miller scored a victory for the McCandless team at Ohio’s Atomic Speedway.
Another shining moment for “The Law Firm” this season came at Illinois’ Tri-City Speedway, where Price-Miller earned his first World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series podium of the season with a second-place finish.