Justin Allgaier

Justin Allgaier

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Updated On September 27, 2022

Justin Allgaier is a stock car racing driver. Justin Allgaier competes full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No. 7 Chevrolet Camaro.

Early life

Justin Allgaier was born on June 6, 1986. As of now, he is 36 years old. He was born in  Spaulding, Illinois, United States. His father’s name is Mike Allgaier. The name of his mother is Dorothy Allgaier.

He also has a younger sister named Brittanie Allgaier.  The zodiac sign of Justin Allgaier is Gemini. He follows the Christian religion and his nationality belongs to an American.


Talking about his educational background, Justin Allgaier has completed his study at Lincoln Land Community College.


Making six starts in the No. 86 owned by his father Mike Allgaier ran additional ARCA races in 2003. In his second start at Toledo Speedway, he had a sixth-place finish, and later the best finish of third at Salem Speedway.

He made only five starts but had second place at Toledo in the next season. In addition,  in the South Pacific Saloon Car Championship, he was a representative of the United States, where he had two top fives.

In 2005, splitting time between cars owned by Hixson Motorsports and Bobby Gerhart Racing Allgaier ran seven races in ARCA. Moreover, setting a new track record,  he won his first career pole at Springfield and had four top-five finishes.

Allgaier made his first full-time run in ARCA in 2006, ending 10th. becoming the first Springfield area resident to win in the 72-year history of championship auto racing at the fairgrounds he got his first career win at the Illinois State Fairgrounds Racetrack.

Additionally, he made three more Truck races for MB and had a twenty-first-place finish at Kansas Speedway. He won his second career ARCA race In 2007, at Salem and finished fourth in points. Allgaier signed a contract with Penske Racing In May 2008, to drive four races in their No. 12 Dodge in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Later on, in 2009 Allgaier was then signed to drive the car full-time.

More about his career

Allgaier had the fastest car early in the race and while running sixth, during the 2009 NAPA 200 in Montreal, tried to make a pass on Canadian road ace Kyle Busch and Ron Fellows. Likewise, he caused a wreck that took both him and Fellows out of the race.

Allgaier had a similar season in 2010 but on March 20  he would win his first Nationwide Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway and improve to fourth in the standings at the end of the year.

Moreover, Allgaier returned to the renamed Turner Scott Motorsports he passed Jacques Villeneuve on the final lap in 2012, to win the NAPA Auto Parts 200 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, Quebec.

It was announced that Allgaier would make his NASCAR Sprint Cup In August 2013, and Series debut the following month at Chicagoland Speedway. Moreover, it was announced that Allgaier would compete full-time for Rookie of the Year in the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in January 2014.

It was announced that Allgaier parted ways with HScott Motorsports On October 2, 2015, and was replaced in 2016 by Clint Bowyer. Furthermore, replacing Regan Smith it was announced that Allgaier would take his sponsor Brandt to drive the No. 7.

Further More

For the 2017 NASCAR Xfinity Series Allgaier continued with JR Motorsports. Furthermore, he led late in the DC Solar 200 at Phoenix and took the lead from Austin Dillon with less than 30 laps to go.

With a crash involving Allgaier and Jeremy Clements on lap 47, the 2020 Xfinity season began at Daytona. Likewise, he recorded stage wins at Phoenix, Bristol, Las Vegas, and Pocono, but he struggled with poor luck throughout the first half of the season.

Moreover, in the first four races of the 2021 Xfinity season, Allgaier had only one top 20 finish, a 14th-place finish at Las Vegas.  He won three races later for the first time at Darlington Raceway Speedway and beat out Cup champion Martin Truex Jr.

Allgaier was called on again as a substitute replacement on June 27,  in a Cup Series race, this time for Justin Haley in the Spire Motorsports No. 77 . Likewise, in the second race of the Cup Series doubleheader at Pocono after Haley had to recover from a hard crash in the Xfinity race earlier in the same day.

Justin Allgaier

Caption: Justin Allgaier with his team. Source: Zimbio.

Net worth

Justin Allgaier has a net worth of $2.5 Million. Justin Allgaier earns a good amount of money as a Race Car Driver. He is spending his life in a luxurious and lavish way.

Personal life

Justin Allgaier is a married man. The name of his wife is Ashley, and they have two daughters Willow and Harper. There is no details information about his marriage date.

Justin Allgaier

Caption: Justin Allgaier with his wife and kid. Source: Playerswiki.

Body Measurements and Social Media

Justin Allgaier has a  height of 5 ft 6 in. The weight of Allgaier is Unknown right now. Likewise,  He has got brown Eye Color and Light brown Hair Color.

Moreover, he has got 50.3 followers on his Instagram account. On Twitter, he has got 139.4k followers. He is active on Facebook and got 3.9k followers.

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