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Mark Taylor ranks drivers on the Xfinity series for 2022 as Noah Gragson looks to take home the title after contending until the final laps last season.
Austin Cindric will look to earn back-to-back series championships Saturday as he exits the Xfinity Series to race Cup next season.
Daniel Hemric, who lead 28 laps and finished third at Martinsville in April, leads C.J. Radune’s Higher-Risk Lineup.
Austin Cindric led 131 laps and finished second last fall at Kansas. Starting in the front row Saturday, he could be primed for his first win at Kansas in his fifth attempt.
Justin Allgaier has lead at least 20 laps in his last three Texas appearances and tops C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
With the promotion of several prodigy Xfinity Series drivers to NASCAR's Cup Series this season, Allgaier stands out as the experienced veteran ready to take the spot light. He found victory lane hard to come by with Christopher Bell, Tyler Reddick and Cole Custer around, but he should resume being one of the drivers to beat each week with the new-look Xfinity Series driver field. The JR Motorsports veteran racked up 16 Top-5 and 24 Top-10 finishes last season. He'll once again be paired with crew chief Jason Burdett, and the two will become the front runners for the championship. We could easily see Allgaier return to the form that saw him win five races in 2018. His first Xfinity Series championship is a real possibility in 2020.
Although he faded down the stretch and failed to race for the championship at Homestead, Allgaier is coming of an incredible season in many respects. He set career-best marks with five wins and 17 Top-5 finishes last year. Only some late-season inconsistency in the playoffs would prevent Allgaier from racing for the championship. The JR Motorsports veteran returns for a ninth season of Xfinity Series racing and he will once again pilot the JRM No. 7 Chevrolet Camaro. It will be hard for the 32-year-old to top his numbers from last season, but we expect Allgaier to come very close and stay relevant in the championship picture once again.
Allgaier has really found his place racing in the Xfinity Series. The seven-season veteran nabbed a career-best two victories in 2017, and collected 17 Top-10 finishes en route to finishing third in the driver standings. It was the third consecutive season of racing that led to a Top-5 points finish for Little Gator. While the championship still seems tantalizingly out of reach, we can't count him and the No. 7 team out. The 31-year-old has reached the 240-start plateau and Allgaier's now becoming one of the more seasoned drivers in the series. He has the ability to win races and challenge for championship. With returning crew chief Jason Burdett at his side, Allgaier will remain among the top tier of driver in the Xfinity Series this season.
Allgaier had easily his best season to-date in the Xfinity Series in 2016. The 30-year-old veteran posted career-best marks in Top 5's with 13 and Top 10's with 27. The performance allowed him to participate in the final, four-driver championship round of the Chase at Homestead. Allgaier would come up short of the championship, but he would serve notice that he'll be a contender to win the title going forward. The JRM driver returns to the No. 7 Chevrolet team this season and it appears he'll be teamed with crew chief Jason Burdett once again. While Allgaier lacks the speed and skill to win multiple races, he does have the consistency in his driving skill to rack up bunces of Top-10 finishes. We expect him to collect many in 2017.
Allgaier moves back to the Xfinity Series after a brief, two-season cup of coffee in the Sprint Cup Series. This young driver struggled at NASCAR’s top level with a small race team, but he should rebound nicely with JRM in 2016. Allgaier takes over the strong No. 7 Chevrolet that Regan Smith piloted the last three years. Over that span Smith claimed five wins and 71 Top-10 finishes and had driver standings finishes of third-, second- and fourth-place. This has been a championship-contending team under Smith’s watch. We don’t expect Allgaier to elevate to that level of performance right away. Instead he’ll need a little time to develop chemistry with his new crew chief and team. However, a one-win, 18-to-20 Top-10 finish campaign is not out of the question.
Allgaier was a bit of a disappointment in 2012. Despite one victory and 19 Top-10 finishes, he fell to a disappointing sixth in the final driver standings. The No. 31 Turner Chevrolet was expected to challenge for the championship, but they did not in what was a very competitive field of teams last year. Allgaier returns and will be paired with new crew chief Scott Zipadelli. It could take the two some time to develop chemistry and the relationship to get the most out of Allgaier’s abilities. While the jury is out until that happens, it’s pretty safe to assume a similar performance for the 26-year-old Illinois native. Allgaier is at the leading edge of the tier “B” drivers in this series and poised to move into the “A” tier if the right things can happen.
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Third in Sparks 300
Allgaier finished third in the Sparks 300 Xfinity Series race at Talladega Superspeedway Saturday afternoon.
Xfinity Pole at Talladega
Allgaier will start from the pole in the Sparks 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Talladega Superspeedway Saturday afternoon.
Cup Start at Talladega
Runner-up Finish at Las Vegas
Allgaier finished second in the Alsco Uniforms 302 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Saturday night.
Third at Daytona
Allgaier finished third in the Wawa 250 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Daytona International Speedway Saturday afternoon.