Justin Allgaier has had such a disappointing season. The driver who racked up five wins a season ago, is still win less through 22 races in 2019.
The rough season has led to speculation that perhaps JR Motorsports would be moving on from the 33-year old driver at season’s end.
Well, you can stop spreading that rumor. In a new report from Catchfence.com, Allgaier says that he and sponsor BRANDT Agriculture are resigned for another season at JR Motorsports for the No. 7 car.
“I will be back next year. Same deal,” Allgaier told CATCHFENCE.com “Everything is good. We’re doing the same thing next that we are doing right now.”
Allgaier will continue for a fifth season in the No. 7 ride.
In 295 NASCAR Xfinity Series starts, Allgaier has recorded 10 wins over his career. The Illinois native has finished a career-best of third in the championship standings three times.
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