Justin Allgaier

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Justin Allgaier
Justin Allgaier 2016 Road America.jpg
Allgaier at Road America in 2016
Born Justin Myrl Allgaier
(1986-06-06) June 6, 1986 (age 32)
Spaulding, Illinois
Achievements 2008 ARCA Re/MAX Series Champion
2018 NASCAR Xfinity Series Regular Season Champion
Awards 2009 NASCAR Nationwide Series Rookie of the Year
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career
76 races run over 4 years
2016 position 61st
Best finish 29th (2014)
First race 2013 GEICO 400 (Chicagoland)
Last race 2016 Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race (Bristol)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 1 0
NASCAR Xfinity Series career
267 races run over 9 years
Car no., team No. 7 (JR Motorsports)
2017 position 3rd
Best finish 3rd (2011, 2016, 2017)
First race 2008 Dollar General 300 (Charlotte)
Last race 2018 Go Bowling 250 (Richmond)
First win 2010 Scotts Turf Builder 300 (Bristol)
Last win 2018 Lilly Diabetes 250 (Indianapolis)
Wins Top tens Poles
10 149 6
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career
8 races run over 3 years
Best finish 56th (2006)
First race 2005 Toyota Tundra Milwaukee 200 (Milwaukee)
Last race 2008 Built Ford Tough 225 (Kentucky)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 0 0
Statistics current as of September 21, 2018.

Justin Myrl Allgaier (born June 6, 1986) is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently competes full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No. 7 Chevrolet Camaro for JR Motorsports. He was the 2008 ARCA Re/MAX Series Champion and the 2009 NASCAR Nationwide Series Rookie of the Year.

Racing career[edit]

Early career[edit]

Allgaier was born in Riverton, Illinois, and began his racing career at the age of five in quarter midgets, winning over one hundred races and five championships.[citation needed] He began stock car racing at thirteen in the UMP Late Model Series, where he competed for three seasons. At the age of sixteen, he made his debut in the ARCA RE/MAX Series at the Illinois State Fairgrounds Racetrack, driving the No. 99 Hoosier Tire Midwest/Law Automotive Chevrolet for Ken Schrader; he qualified twenty-ninth and finished seventeenth. He ran two additional races for Kerry Scherer and Bob Schacht, with a best finish of eleventh.

2003–2006[edit]

Allgaier ran additional ARCA races in 2003, making six starts in the No. 86 owned by his father. He had a sixth-place finish in his second start at Toledo Speedway, and later a best finish of third at Salem Speedway. The next season, he made only five starts but had a second-place at Toledo. In addition, he was a representative of the United States in the South Pacific Saloon Car Championship, where had two top-fives. In 2005, Allgaier ran seven races in ARCA, splitting time between cars owned by Wayne Hixson and Bobby Gerhart. He won his first career pole at Springfield, setting a new track record, and had four top-five finishes. He also made his NASCAR debut in the Craftsman Truck Series, making four starts in the No. 63 MB Motorsports/Dave Porter Ford. He failed to make five races and did not finish higher than 26th. That year, he appeared on the Discovery Channel program, Driver X: The Race For The Ride. The show's premise was Jack Roush searching for new talent to drive Roush Racing-prepared vehicles in NASCAR's top 3 series.[1][2]

In 2006, Allgaier made his first full-time run in ARCA, ending 10th. He got his first career win at the Illinois State Fairgrounds Racetrack, becoming the first Springfield area resident to win in the 72-year history of championship auto racing at the fairgrounds. He made three more Truck races for MB and had a twenty-first-place finish at Kansas Speedway. In 2007, he won his second career ARCA race at Salem and finished fourth in points. He also won two features in a midget car at Angell Park Speedway and placed 3rd in the Chili Bowl behind Tony Stewart and J. J. Yeley.

2008–2013[edit]

Allgaier's 2009 Nationwide racecar

Allgaier returned for another full season in ARCA in 2008, driving for his family once again. He won six races, including the final three, and won the series championship by a slim margin. He broke Frank Kimmel's eight-year streak of winning the championship in that series. He also returned to NASCAR, finishing 21st in a Truck race at Kentucky Speedway. Later that year, Allgaier signed a contract with Roger Penske's No. 12 Nationwide team to run four races in the final part of the year.[3][4] His best finish in the Penske Truck Rental Dodge was eleventh at Phoenix.

Allgaier was then signed to drive the car full-time in 2009. Because of the acquisition of Penske Racing sponsor Alltel by Cellco Partners, a joint venture of Verizon and Vodafone, their Sprint Cup sponsorship was legislated out of the sport by NASCAR's agreement with Sprint in that series to prohibit sponsorship by other wireless telephone companies. This allowed Verizon to move their sponsorship to the Nationwide Series, where it is not prohibited, and Allgaier raced a full season with Verizon sponsorship for what became known as Penske Championship Racing. (The name change was made when Bill Davis became a minority owner of the team.)[5] Allgaier won his first career pole in NASCAR at Memphis Motorsports Park.

During the 2009 NAPA 200 in Montreal, Allgaier had the fastest car early in the race & while running 6th, tried to make a pass on Canadian road ace Ron Fellows and Kyle Busch. Instead he caused a wreck that took both him and Fellows out of the race and damaged Busch's hopes of winning. After this humiliating incident, Allgaier took some lessons at Fellows' road racing driving school to better his road course skills.

He won his first Nationwide Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway on March 20, 2010.

Allgaier at Road America in 2011, where he nearly won

Allgaier was rumored to drive the Sprint Cup Series No. 12 Penske Racing Dodge in 2011; however, instead Allgaier moved to Turner Motorsports for 2011, driving the No. 31 Chevrolet Impala full-time in the Nationwide Series for 2011. In the inaugural STP 300 at Chicagoland Speedway after passing Carl Edwards who ran out of fuel on the last lap, Allgaier won the race. Even though Allgaier ran out of fuel himself after, he was able to cross the finish line before third place Trevor Bayne to finish first. He almost won at Road America but ran out of fuel on the caution on the final lap and finished 19th.

In 2012 Allgaier returned to the renamed Turner Scott Motorsports; he passed Jacques Villeneuve on the final lap to win the NAPA Auto Parts 200 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, Quebec.[6]

In August 2013, it was announced that Allgaier would make his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut the following month at Chicagoland Speedway, driving there and in two other races in Phoenix Racing's No. 51 Chevrolet, newly purchased by Turner Scott co-owner Harry Scott Jr.[7] Allgaier finished 27th in his debut, and ran races for the team later in the year at Kansas Speedway, Talladega Superspeedway and Phoenix International Raceway.[8]

2014[edit]

In January 2014 it was announced that Allgaier would compete full-time for Rookie of the Year in the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, driving for the now-renamed HScott Motorsports in the No. 51 Chevrolet SS.[9]

Allgaier led 4 laps in the 2014 Daytona 500 and crashed with 7 laps to go. He finished 27th. After consecutive top 20 finishes, Allgaier had a great finish in the Food City 500 avoiding several wrecks to finish 17th. At Talladega, Allgaier nearly won his first Cup series victory in the Aaron's 499, running in the top five and contending victory with 9 laps to go. He lost drafting help from Kurt Busch and as a result, lost multiple spots, finishing 27th.

Allgaier lead 15 laps during the first Pocono race in early June. Taking the lead with less than 35 laps to go, Allgaier led until a yellow came out with 19 laps to go; forcing Allgaier to make a pit stop.

At Daytona in the Coke Zero 400, Allgaier ran in the top ten early in the race. He unfortunately was caught up in "The Big One" that took out over 27 cars. Allgaier, while trying to avoid wrecking, tapped Kyle Busch, who was already wrecking. Allgaier's contact caused Busch to come back onto the apron and be t-boned by Cole Whitt.

Allgaier missed the field for the 2014 GEICO 500, failing to qualify for the first time in his Cup career. The new restrictor-plate qualifying process became controversial amongst drivers and fans because many drivers complained that they barely managed to make the show because of the system.

Allgaier made a comeback the next week at Martinsville, taking the lead late in the race, leading 4 laps and then finishing 17th. Allgaier finished 29th in the Cup Series standings for 2014 and 3rd in the Rookie of the Year standings behind Austin Dillon and Kyle Larson.

2015[edit]

Allgaier racing at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in 2015

Allgaier began his season with a crash in the Daytona 500. He rebounded at Phoenix three weeks later, running in the top ten late. After contact with Tony Stewart, Allgaier faded in the waning laps finishing 18th. The next week at Auto Club Speedway, Allgaier ran as high as 8th and finished 12th-his career best finish at the time. He scored his first top ten at Bristol in the No. 51, finishing 8th. He then finished 18th at Richmond after spending most of the race running as high as second, and while suffering from a stomach cramp. Allgaier had some good runs at short tracks such as the second Bristol race, and both Martinsville races but failed to record another top ten.

On October 2, it was announced that Allgaier parted ways with HScott Motorsports, and was replaced in 2016 by Clint Bowyer. On October 28, it was announced that Allgaier would take his sponsor Brandt to drive the No. 7 for JR Motorsports full-time in the Xfinity Series season in 2016, replacing Regan Smith.

Allgaier finished 30th in the Cup Series standings, one spot short of matching his career-best season result.

2016: Return to Xfinity Series[edit]

In 2016, Allgaier returned to the NASCAR Xfinity Series to drive the No. 7 Brandt sponsored Chevrolet for JR Motorsports. Allgaier started his season on a good note. While his teammate Chase Elliott won the season-opening PowerShares QQQ 300 at Daytona, Allgaier finished 12th. Allgaier picked up 2 top tens in the next 2 races at Atlanta and Las Vegas. He led 15 laps in Atlanta and finished 9th in Las Vegas. Allgaier had his best finish of the spring at Talladega during the Sparks Energy 300 in which he led 1 lap and took advantage of Joey Logano's final lap wreck to finish second behind his teammate Elliott Sadler, giving JRM a 1–2 finish.

Allgaier appeared to have won the July race in Daytona. After passing Aric Almirola on the final lap, Allgaier led to the yellow-and-checkered flags to finish first. NASCAR determined that the yellow had flown with Almirola leading, dropping Allgaier to a second-runner up of the season while giving the win to Almirola. Allgaier later finished second yet again at the Food City 300 after passing Kyle Larson on the final lap to place second to Austin Dillon, his third runner-up finish of the season.

On August 20, Allgaier returned to the Cup Series to drive the No. 46 Chevrolet at the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race, replacing former HScott teammate Michael Annett after he suffered from flu-like systems.[10] Allgaier got into a crash with Kyle Busch when Allgaier wrecked at the same time as Busch. In a post-race interview, Busch called Allgaier "the biggest moron out there."[11]

Even though he went winless throughout the whole season, he ended up finishing 3rd in the final standings behind Elliott Sadler and eventual champion Daniel Suarez.

2017[edit]

Allgaier's No. 7 Camaro at Road America

Allgaier continued with JR Motorsports for the 2017 NASCAR Xfinity Series. He led late in the DC Solar 200 at Phoenix and took the lead from Austin Dillon with less than 30 laps to go and held off Ryan Blaney on a final restart to win his first race in five years. With the win, Allgaier made the NASCAR playoffs and also picked up a bonus $100,000 in the Dash 4 Cash program.[12] His second win of the season came at Chicagoland Speedway in September; it was the first time in his career he won more than once in a season.[13] For the second year, Allgaier made the playoffs with his teammates Elliott Sadler, William Byron and Michael Annett and despite a 33rd-place finish at Charlotte in the playoffs, he finished 3rd in the final standings again while giving JR Motorsports a 1-2-3 finish in the standings for the first time with Allgaier finishing 3rd, Sadler finishing 2nd and Byron winning the championship.

2018[edit]

Allgaier does burnouts after winning the 2018 Johnsonville 180 race at Road America

Allgaier returned in the #7 for the 2018 NASCAR Xfinity Series season. After three 2nd-place finishes at Phoenix, California and Bristol, he picked up his first win of the season at Dover after holding off teammate Elliott Sadler; However, he failed post-race inspection, leading to a 25-point penalty and losing 6 playoff points as well as the win not counting towards the playoffs. Later in the season, after two dismal finishes of 32nd and 37th at Charlotte and Pocono, he finished 9th in a rain-shortened race at Michigan, followed by a dominating performance at Iowa where he led the most laps and won both stages en route to his second win of the season. He then went on to earn his third win of the season at Mid-Ohio and at Road America two weeks later, he earned his fourth win of the season as well as inherited the points lead after Christopher Bell had issues near the end and two weeks later at Indianapolis Motor Speedway after the race was delayed two days due to rain, he led a race-high 41 laps en route to his 5th win of the season. A week later, Allgaier would win the 2018 Regular Season Championship.

Personal life[edit]

Allgaier went to Lincoln Land Community College where he majored in engineering from 2004 to 2006.

Allgaier is married, to Ashley, and they have one daughter.[14]

Motorsports career results[edit]

NASCAR[edit]

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

Sprint Cup Series[edit]

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 NSCC Pts
2013 Phoenix Racing 51 Chevy DAY PHO LVS BRI CAL MAR TEX KAN RCH TAL DAR CLT DOV POC MCH SON KEN DAY NHA IND POC GLN MCH BRI ATL RCH CHI
27
NHA DOV KAN
39
CLT TAL
24
MAR TEX PHO
31
HOM 62nd 01
2014 HScott Motorsports DAY
27
PHO
30
LVS
31
BRI
17
CAL
28
MAR
23
TEX
24
DAR
23
RCH
21
TAL
27
KAN
36
CLT
37
DOV
26
POC
27
MCH
16
SON
33
KEN
24
DAY
25
NHA
37
IND
27
POC
16
GLN
17
MCH
42
BRI
19
ATL
26
RCH
28
CHI
27
NHA
20
DOV
29
KAN
41
CLT
15
TAL
DNQ
MAR
17
TEX
20
PHO
37
HOM
15
29th 636
2015 DAY
37
ATL
20
LVS
31
PHO
18
CAL
12
MAR
42
TEX
39
BRI
8
RCH
18
TAL
23
KAN
30
CLT
43
DOV
42
POC
20
MCH
27
SON
35
DAY
18
KEN
24
NHA
40
IND
37
POC
24
GLN
19
MCH
29
BRI
12
DAR
33
RCH
25
CHI
23
NHA
39
DOV
27
CLT
40
KAN
26
TAL
42
MAR
13
TEX
28
PHO
17
HOM
36
30th 588
2016 46 DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL MAR TEX BRI RCH TAL KAN DOV CLT POC MCH SON DAY KEN NHA IND POC GLN BRI
40
MCH DAR RCH CHI NHA DOV CLT KAN TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM 61st 01
Daytona 500[edit]
Year Team Manufacturer Start Finish
2014 HScott Motorsports Chevrolet 40 27
2015 18 37

Xfinity Series[edit]

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 NXSC Pts
2008 Penske Racing 12 Dodge DAY CAL LVS ATL BRI NSH TEX PHO MXC TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP CGV GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT
34
MEM TEX
21
PHO
11
HOM
28
72nd 370
2009 DAY
40
CAL
14
LVS
8
BRI
5
TEX
10
NSH
29
PHO
8
TAL
32
RCH
38
DAR
5
CLT
14
DOV
10
NSH
13
KEN
5
MLW
17
NHA
13
DAY
8
CHI
10
GTY
11
IRP
21
IOW
15
GLN
17
MCH
7
BRI
27
CGV
36
ATL
17
RCH
8
DOV
25
KAN
6
CAL
16
CLT
12
MEM
19
TEX
25
PHO
16
HOM
20
6th 4049
2010 DAY
4
CAL
9
LVS
7
BRI
1
NSH
4
PHO
13
TEX
11
TAL
15
RCH
15
DAR
17
DOV
16
CLT
4
NSH
4
KEN
8
ROA
35
NHA
6
DAY
17
CHI
10
GTY
25
IRP
7
IOW
8
GLN
34
MCH
4
BRI
33
CGV
9
ATL
13
RCH
12
DOV
9
KAN
7
CAL
8
CLT
3
GTY
3*
TEX
13
PHO
8
HOM
11
4th 4679
2011 Turner Motorsports 31 Chevy DAY
27
PHO
8
LVS
2
BRI
15
CAL
12
TEX
6
TAL
7
NSH
11
RCH
3
DAR
4
DOV
29
IOW
8
CLT
13
CHI
1
MCH
13
ROA
19
DAY
5
KEN
19
NHA
10
NSH
4
IRP
27
IOW
29
GLN
12
CGV
8
BRI
15
ATL
6
RCH
9
CHI
14
DOV
10
KAN
11
CLT
7
TEX
14
PHO
9
HOM
13
3rd 1105
2012 DAY
33
PHO
15
LVS
8
BRI
7
CAL
32
TEX
7
RCH
15
TAL
8
DAR
13
IOW
6
CLT
8
DOV
5
MCH
14
ROA
10
KEN
5
DAY
7
NHA
8
CHI
3
IND
12
IOW
2*
GLN
9
CGV
1
BRI
30
ATL
5
RCH
13
CHI
11
KEN
8
DOV
30
CLT
34
KAN
7
TEX
8
PHO
11
HOM
11
6th 1076
2013 Turner Scott Motorsports DAY
7
PHO
3
LVS
15
BRI
8
CAL
11
TEX
10
RCH
31
TAL
5
DAR
10
CLT
7
DOV
12
IOW
8
MCH
13
ROA
2
KEN
13
DAY
13
NHA
13
CHI
8
IND
33
IOW
17
GLN
7
MOH
8
BRI
4
ATL
11
RCH
11
CHI
12
KEN
17
DOV
12
KAN
5
CLT
6
TEX
19
PHO
2
HOM
19
5th 1090
2016 JR Motorsports 7 Chevy DAY
12
ATL
8
LVS
9
PHO
4
CAL
10
TEX
6
BRI
5
RCH
35
TAL
2
DOV
4
CLT
5
POC
39
MCH
8
IOW
7
DAY
2
KEN
31
NHA
7
IND
5
IOW
7
GLN
7
MOH
5
BRI
2
ROA
6
DAR
11
RCH
5
CHI
5
KEN
9
DOV
3
CLT
6
KAN
14
TEX
10
PHO
4
HOM
6
3rd 4035
2017 DAY
30
ATL
30
LVS
4
PHO
1*
CAL
9
TEX
13
BRI
14
RCH
2*
TAL
8*
CLT
12
DOV
11
POC
2
MCH
16
IOW
9
DAY
30
KEN
8
NHA
32
IND
35
IOW
20
GLN
4
MOH
31
BRI
5
ROA
11
DAR
8
RCH
8
CHI
1
KEN
3
DOV
2
CLT
33
KAN
5
TEX
11
PHO
10
HOM
12
3rd 4025
2018 DAY
31
ATL
6
LVS
4
PHO
2*
CAL
2
TEX
35
BRI
2
RCH
14
TAL
3
DOV
1*
CLT
32
POC
37
MCH
9
IOW
1*
CHI
7
DAY
9
KEN
4
NHA
7
IOW
2
GLN
3
MOH
1
BRI
3
ROA
1*
DAR
7
IND
1*
LVS
2
RCH
32
CLT DOV KAN TEX PHO HOM -* -*

Craftsman Truck Series[edit]

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NCTC Pts
2005 MB Motorsports 63 Ford DAY CAL ATL MAR
DNQ
GTY
DNQ
MFD CLT DOV TEX MCH MLW
26
KAN
36
KEN
DNQ
MEM
DNQ
IRP NSH BRI RCH NHA LVS
27
MAR ATL TEX
27
PHO HOM
DNQ
58th 304
2006 DAY CAL ATL MAR GTY CLT MFD DOV TEX MCH MLW
22
KAN
21
KEN
36
MEM IRP NSH BRI NHA LVS TAL MAR ATL TEX PHO HOM 56th 252
2008 MB Motorsports 63 Ford DAY CAL ATL MAR KAN CLT MFD DOV TEX MCH MLW MEM KEN
24
IRP NSH BRI GTW NHA LVS TAL MAR ATL TEX PHO HOM 88th 91

K&N Pro Series West[edit]

NASCAR K&N Pro Series West results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Pos. Pts Ref
2014 Menno Admiraal 83 Chevy PHO IRW S99 IOW KCR SON
14
SLS CNS IOW EVG KCR MMP AAS PHO 68th 30 [15]

* Season still in progress
1 Ineligible for series points

ARCA Re/Max Series[edit]

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

ARCA Re/Max Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 ARMC Pts
2002 Allgaier Motorsports 99 Chevy DAY ATL NSH SLM KEN CLT KAN POC MCH TOL SBO KEN BLN POC NSH ISF
17
WIN 62nd 465
4 DSF
11
CHI
75 SLM
17
TAL CLT
2003 86 DAY ATL NSH SLM
12
TOL
6
KEN CLT BLN KAN MCH LER POC POC NSH SLM
3
TAL CLT SBO 27th 915
Pontiac ISF
28
WIN
15
DSF
30
CHI
2004 DAY NSH SLM KEN TOL
29
CLT KAN POC MCH SBO BLN KEN GTW
27
POC LER NSH ISF
10
TOL
2
DSF
4
CHI SLM TAL 35th 835
2005 DAY NSH SLM
34
KEN TOL
DNQ
LAN 31st 1380
2 MIL
6
POC MCH KAN
13
KEN
5
BLN POC GTW
29
LER NSH MCH
7 ISF
2
TOL
4
DSF
4*
CHI SLM TAL
2006 02 Ford DAY
DNQ
10th 4160
16 Chevy NSH
DNQ
SLM
18
KEN
4
POC
15
MCH
40
KAN
38
KEN
39
BLN
9
POC
19
GTW
36
NSH
16
MCH
40
MIL
4*
TOL
4
DSF
32
CHI
29
SLM
3
TAL
26
IOW
25
Pontiac WIN
7
TOL
2
ISF
1
2007 Chevy DAY
7
USA
4
NSH
11
SLM
10
KAN
8
WIN
29
KEN
10
TOL
14
IOW
7
POC
8
MCH
31
BLN
5
KEN
40
POC
6
NSH
30
ISF
11
MIL
23
GTW
4
DSF
22
CHI
27
SLM
1
TAL
13
TOL
26
4th 4855
2008 DAY
2
SLM
1
IOW
2
KAN
30
CAR
27
KEN
21
TOL
4
POC
5
MCH
37
CAY
1
KEN
3
BLN
2
POC
1
NSH
8
ISF
6
DSF
16
CHI
4
SLM
4
NJE
1
TOL
1
1st 5260
Dodge TAL
1

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Frank Kimmel
ARCA Re/MAX Series champion
2008
Succeeded by
Justin Lofton
Achievements
Preceded by
Landon Cassill
NASCAR Nationwide Series Rookie of the Year
2009
Succeeded by
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.