JR Motorsports has entered into a multi-year partnership with BRANDT, a leading agriculture retailer and manufacturer of agricultural specialty products. Additionally, the team has named Justin Allgaier driver of the #7 Chevrolet Camaro, beginning in 2016.
With only a few cars remaining on pit road in qualification for the CampingWorld.com 500 at Talladega SuperSpeedway, Clint Bowyer backed into the nose of Justin Allgaier’s car. The damage to Bowyer’s car was insignificant, but he qualified outside the top 25 in 29th nevertheless. Allgaier was more severely damaged and will start the CampingWorld.com 500 39th.
Justin Allgaier is not likely to crack the top 20 in this week’s Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, but he should have a solid run. In his last seven attempts this season, he has only finished outside the top 30 once.
Justin Allgaier posted the quickest 10-lap average in the Friday morning practice session for the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway. His speed of 122.600 mph came between his second and 11th laps on the track.
Justin Allgaier was touted as the top dark horse all week in Rotoworld’s NASCAR coverage and he lived up to expectations. He spent the entire 500 laps in contention to score a top-10 and ultimately finished just outside that mark in 12th for the Irwin Tools Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Justin Allgaier was notably quick in the morning practice session for the Irwin Tools Night Race at Bristol. He posted a speed of 125.486 mph from laps 30 through 39.
Justin Allgaier has finished worse than he started in all five races this year on similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks. His most recent attempt at Charlotte Motor Speedway resulted in a loss of eight positions from 35th to 43rd.
Justin Allgaier qualified 36th for the Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway, which is his worst qualification effort of the 2015 season.
Justin Allgaier showed steady improvement last year at Pocono Raceway. He finished 27th in June and was 16th in August, which leaves fantasy owners wondering if this trend will continue.
Jimmie Johnson and Justin Allgaier have received P1 penalties from NASCAR for taking too many passes through the inspection line during the All-star and Coke 600 weekends. No matter how well they qualify at Dover International Speedway for the FedEx 400, they will have the last two pit stall selections.
Justin Allgaier simply needs a clean race this week at Dover International Speedway. He has been involved in at least six accidents in his last seven starts; two of these came at Martinsville Speedway in the STP 500, which leaves two incident-free events.
In his last three attempts on similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks, Justin Allgaier qualified in the mid-20s each time before slipping into the 30s. This week for the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway he seeks to reverse his fortune and finish in the 20s after starting 35th.
Justin Allgaier has made six attempts on restrictor-plate, superspeedways from 2013 through this year’s Daytona 500. The only time he had an incident-free race was in his first start in the 2013 Camping World RV Sales 500.
Justin Allgaier spent approximately 75 of the 511 laps that made up the Food City 500 inside the top 10 and he was there when it mattered most. He earned his first career Cup top-10 with an eighth on the bullring.