JUSTIN ALLGAIER QUICK FACTS
No. 31 BRANDT Chevrolet
Kansas Lottery 300
October 8, 2011
No. 31 BRANDT News and Notes
. At Kansas Speedway…Justin Allgaier has a pair of starts at Kansas Speedway. He has finished inside the top-10 both times. He has an average finishing position of 7.5 along with a 100% lap completion rate. His best finish of seventh came in this race one year ago, when he started from the 10th spot.
. This Week’s Impala… The No. 31 BRANDT Chevy team will hit the track with chassis TMS-313 this Saturday afternoon at Kansas Speedway for the Kansas Lottery 300. This is a brand new chassis for the No. 31 team.
. Life Before the NASCAR Nationwide Series… Prior to becoming a NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) regular the Riverton Ill., -native gained some ARCA Racing Series experience on the 1.5-mile oval. In four starts he started inside the top-10 twice, with a best start of sixth in 2008. He also has one top-10 finish from the fall of 2007.
. Allgaier Heads to Kansas Fifth in Points… Allgaier heads to Kansas in fifth-place in the NNS championship point standings after his 10th-place finish at Dover International Speedway. He is 86 points behind leader Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
. Snazzy New Website… Allgaier debuted his redesigned website this past weekend at Dover International Speedway. The newly designed www.JustinAllgaier.com features various interactive video elements, the most up-to-date news and information, and fan interaction sections.
. Turner Motorsports In the Hunt… In 29 Nationwide Series events in 2011, Turner Motorsports-prepared entries have notched three wins, 21 top-five and 57 top-10 finishes.
. Sporting Kansas City… In a first for the organization, Turner Motorsports will cross over into the world of Major League Soccer (MLS) this weekend. The team will welcome Sporting Kansas City to the hood of James Buescher’s No. 30 Chevrolet Impala at Kansas Speedway. Sporting Kansas City is currently in their 16th year as a MLS club. In 2011, the organization celebrated the opening of LIVESTRONG Sporting Park, a brand new, $200 million soccer-specific stadium, directly across the street from Kansas Speedway. Winners of the 2000 MLS Cup, the 2000 MLS Supporters’ Shield and the 2004 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, Sporting Kansas City currently sits in first-place in the Eastern Conference and is one of only five MLS clubs to have won all three major domestic titles. Several of the club’s players, and members of the executive team, will be on hand for the NNS race as guests of Turner Motorsports.
Justin Allgaier on Kansas Speedway:
“Kansas is a fast mile & half track where it definitely takes the entire team to perform in order to finish the race. We’re coming off a top-10 finish at Dover and I’m looking to continue to build on that and move forward. I’ve had great races at Kansas and it’s one of my favorite tracks on the circuit, so we’ll definitely be in the hunt to get back in victory lane.”
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