Rinnai To Sponsor Justin Allgaier In Atlanta

JR Motorsports announced today that Rinnai Corporation, manufacturer of the No. 1-selling brand of tankless water heaters in North America, will serve as primary sponsor of Justin Allgaier and the No. 7 Chevrolet for the upcoming Rinnai 250 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Saturday, Feb. 24. Rinnai has been a long-time partner in the sport, spanning more than a decade, and increased its involvement last year, signing on as a multi-year sponsor of the Atlanta Motor Speedway NXS race. “Rinnai is excited about the opportunity to sponsor…

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BRANDT To Return As Sponsorship For Allgaier, New Paint Scheme Too

With the release of a new paint scheme, BRANDT Professional Agriculture, a leading agriculture retailer and manufacturer of agricultural specialty products, announced the continuation of its sponsorship with JR Motorsports and championship contender, Justin Allgaier, for 19 races in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for the 2018 season. “The results from our partnership with JR Motorsports and Justin Allgaier have improved each year and I’m excited for 2018,” said Rick Brandt, President and CEO of BRANDT Professional Agriculture. “We have competed for the championship the past two seasons and grew business…

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19 Year Old Cole Custer Wins XFINITY Series Season Finale, 19 Year Old William Byron Wins The Championship

Homestead, Fla – While all the attention was on the Championship 4 drivers this weekend at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, rightfully so too. But, two rookies not a part of the final four in their respective series’ won the first two races of the weekend. On Saturday, NASCAR XFINITY Series rookie Cole Custer dominated the Ford EcoBoost 300 en route to a career defining win. Custer, 19, took over the race lead on Lap 3 and would lead most of the way after. Despite losing the lead on two early pit cycles,…

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After Friday’s Final 2 XFINITY Series Practices, It Looks Like The 2017 Champion May Not Have To Win Saturday’s Race

Homestead, Fla – Out of the three NASCAR divisions crowning their season champion this weekend at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, the only series that I could see a champion be crowned by not actually win the race was in the NASCAR XFINITY Series. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series should see the race winner on Friday night be either one of Matt Crafton, Johnny Sauter, Christopher Bell or Austin Cindric. The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season finale on Sunday should see one of their Championship 4 drivers win too. After all,…

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Allgaier’s Phoenix Finish Encumbered, Hit With An L1 Penalty, Loses Crew Chief For Homestead

We all knew it would be coming and on Monday morning it was confirmed. NASCAR XFINITY Series crew chief Jason Burdett has been fined $10,000 and suspended from this week’s championship-determining Ford EcoBoost 300 for a rules violation during this past weekend’s race at Phoenix Raceway. Burdett is crew chief for the No. 7 JR Motorsports Chevrolet driven by Justin Allgaier, who is one of the drivers in the Championship 4. According to the NASCAR penalty report issued Monday, Burdett and the JR Motorsports team were penalized for a rear brake…

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Allgaier Hunting For 1st XFINITY Series Championship

It’s JR Motorsports vs. Daniel Hemric for the 2017 NASCAR XFINITY Series championship. While the title will likely stay with one of the JRM drivers, Justin Allgaier is hoping it’s him. Allgaier, has been a tremendous talent in the XFINITY Series. The Illinois native has made 239 career starts in the series, reaching victory lane five times in those races. Furthermore, he has 52 top five finishes and 128 top 10’s as well. In fact, Allgaier never has finished worse than sixth in the final season standings during this career…

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Capsule Of Championship 4 NASCAR XFINITY Series Drivers

The final round is on the horizon as four NASCAR XFINITY Series drivers will take a shot at winning the 2017 season championship. What’s rare about this year’s final race, is it’s JR Motorsports against Chip Ganassi Racing. Last year, it was JRM vs. Joe Gibbs Racing as each team has two drivers each. This year, JRM has three drivers compared to Ganassi’s one. So, who takes it all?

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