DARLINGTON, South Carolina — Justin Allgaier secured JR Motorsports’ accomplishment in the Xfinity Series for the third week in a row with a win at Darlington Motor Raceway on Saturday. Allgaier ended a 34-race winless streak. After a vigilance, he passed AJ Allmendinger to start the two-lap sprint and ran the last 4.34 kilometers in NASCAR’s second-tier feeder series to give Dale Earnhardt Jr., who owns the team, another success.
Noah Gragson won two weeks ago at Talladega Motor Speedway and Josh Berry last week at Dover Motor Speedway before junior motorsport posted three consecutive wins in 2014. First, a non-factor was Allgaier in Talladega, and then a week later, he became the runner-up. Although it was not a huge success, winning the race earned him the 17th victory of his career and the third victory for junior motorsport since the win.
He behaved for a time as if something had happened to him. He thanked everyone who was with him and wished him success. After the victory, he walked out with a checkered flag, shaking hands with his fans and enjoying the moment.
He said that my goal is accomplished, I feel much better after winning back, and that too in front of such a huge population, I feel very good. Due to some compulsion, he had to start running from the back of the field, and he said he was a super pump. He has faced such situations many times. He hopes to maintain this momentum for a few more weeks.