Justin Allgaier Quick Facts Royal Purple 300


No. 31 BRANDT Monterey AgResources Chevrolet

Royal Purple 300

American Muscle

Auto Club Speedway

March 26, 2011

No. 31 BRANDT Monterey AgResources Chevrolet News and Notes

· Justin Allgaier heads to Auto Club Speedway (ACS) third in points… Allgaier climbed to third in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) championship point standings after a top-15 finish at Bristol Motor Speedway. The Riverton, Ill-native sits 18-points out of first, behind Turner Motorsports teammate Jason Leffler. All three championship contending Turner Motorsports drivers are currently in the top-four, with Leffler leading and Reed Sorenson in fourth-place.

· Auto Club Speedway by the numbers… The 24-year-old BRANDT Monterey AgResources Chevy driver has four starts at ACS. He is credited with two top-ten finishes, and an average starting spot of 11.5, with his best start of third coming in October 2009. Allgaier is among the top-15 in severalcategories in the NASCAR pre-race loop data statistics at ACS including: Quality green flag passes (7th), closers (11th), fastest drivers early in a run (11th), and laps in the top-15 (12th).

· This week’s Impala… The BRANDT Monterey AgResources team will hit the track with chassis TMS-112. This chassis has previously been run earlier this season at Las Vegas Motor Speedway andfinished second behind Turner Motorsports teammate Mark Martin.

· First Win… Turner Motorsports captured its first win two weeks ago at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in the Sam’s Town 300 with Mark Martin and the No. 32 Dollar General Chevrolet. The organization is in its sophomore season of NASCAR competition and has already captured one win, one pole, along with 17 top-five and 37 top-10 finishes. Turner Motorsports has expanded from a two-truck NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) operation in 2010 to become the largest stand-alone multi-series team in NASCAR’s top-tier touring series, fielding three entries in the NCWTS and four entries in the NNS.

Justin Allgaier on Auto Club Speedway

“I’m excited to get back to Auto Club Speedway, it’s a really fun race track with multiple lanes. Last fall we had a really good run, so adapting to the new team here at Turner Motorsports should be fairly easy and hope to get the BRANDT Monterey AgResources crew to victory lane.”

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