Saturday's motors: Allgaier ends skid, gives JRM its 3rd straight in Xfinity

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.

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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.

Saturday's motors: Allgaier ends skid, gives JRM its 3rd straight in Xfinity

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.

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