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How AJ Allmendinger and Grant Enfinger made a big splash in Indianapolis

How AJ Allmendinger and Grant Enfinger made a big splash in Indianapolis

AJ Allmendinger continues to create courses on the road, and his personal courts in the Xfinity Series. His easy win on Saturday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was his third NASCAR road track victory in three races this year. Finally, eight of his 13 career victories at Xfinity have been in road training sessions.

This was something of a knockout.

driving a Chevrolet For Kaulig Racing, Former Open Wheel star He led three times in 42 of 62 laps (including the last 18) at Pennzoil 151. He beat Alex Bowman, Justin Allgaier, Ross Chastain and Chase Briscoe by more than two seconds. Riley Herbst, Sam Mayer, Ty Gibbs, Austin Hill, and Noah Gragson were in the 62-lap, 151-mile race on a 2,439-mile, 14-lap race.

The Allmendinger’s dominance left only 20 laps for the rest of the field. Gregson led six laps, Josh Perry five laps, Bowman and Algayer four laps, and Gibbs one. These six drivers switched the lead eight times, but there was little doubt that the Allmendinger was the field class. Bowman was faster at running long distances, but the Allmendinger built a big cushion that Bowman couldn’t beat.

The victory continued Allmending’s impressive performance this year. He opened the season with 12 consecutive top ten matches and added five more races in the last eight. Among them were road course victories at the Kuta and Portland International. He has a 17-point lead over Allgaier and a 30-point lead over Gibbs in the New Holland 250 Xfinity Series next weekend at Michigan Speedway.

NASCAR Xfinity Series Race

19 Pennzoil 150 Annual Brickyard

consequences

1. (1) Chevrolet AJ Allmendinger, 62.

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3. (10) Justin Algayer, Chevrolet, 62.

4. (18) Ross Chastain (i) Chevrolet 62.

5. (6) Chase Briscoe (i), Ford, 62.

6.[3)RailherbstFord62[3)رايليهيربست،فورد،62

7. (5) Sam Mayer Chevrolet 62.

8- (2) Ty Gibbs, Toyota 62.

9. (9) Austin Hill #, Chevrolet, 62.

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10.[7)NewgragsonChevrolet62[7)نوحجراجسون،شيفروليه،62

11. (11) Landon Castle, Chevrolet, 62.

12- (14) Chevrolet Alex LB 62.

13- (12) Chevrolet Sig Karam 62.

14. (8) Josh Perry, Chevrolet 62.

15. (36) Brandon Jones, Toyota 62.

16. (17) Brett Moffett, Chevrolet, 62.

17. (30) Santino Ferrucci Toyota 62.

18. (26) Anthony Alfredo, Chevrolet, 62.

19. (29) Jeremy Clements, Chevrolet, 62.

20. (27) Ty Dillon (i) Chevrolet 62.

21. (34) Bailey Currie, Chevrolet, 62.

22. (16) Daniel Hemrick Chevrolet 62.

23. (15) Sheldon Creed #Chevrolet 62.

24. (19) Miguel Paludo Chevrolet 62.

25. (22) Andy Lally, Ford, 62.

26. (20) Austin Dillon (1) Chevrolet 62.

27. (31) Ford Sieg, Ryan, 62.

28. (35) Patrick Gallagher, Ford, 62.

29. (23) Preston Bardus, Chevrolet, 62.

30. (28) Kyle Weatherman Chevrolet 62.

31. (32) Scott Heckert Chevrolet 62.

32. (24) Kaz Grala (1) Chevrolet 61.

33. (25) Mitt Snyder Chevrolet 61.

34. (38) Brandon Brown, Chevrolet, 58 comment.

35. (13) Bubba Wallace (i) Toyota Engine 28.

36. (33) Ryan Ellis, Chevrolet, crash 17.

37. (37) Parker Kligerman, Toyota, accident 11.

38. (21) Jeep Burton, Chevrolet, track strip, 0.

Average race winner speed: 77,825 miles per hour.

Race time: 1 hour, 56 minutes, 35 seconds. Margin of victory: 2.084 seconds.

Warning signs: 4 for 11 rolls.

Lead changes: 8 out of 6 drivers.

Lap leaders: A. Allmendinger 1-15; T. Gibbs 16; n. Gregson 17-22; a. Bowman (i) 23-24; j. liger 25-28; a. Allmendinger 29-37; J. Berry 38-42; a. Bowman (i) 43-44; a. Allmendinger 45-62.

Leaders summary (driver, lead time, rounds): AJ Allmendinger 3 times for 42 laps; Noah Gregson 1 time for 6 laps; Josh Perry 1 time for 5 laps; Justin Allgaier 1 time for 4 laps; Alex Bowman (1) twice for 4 laps; Ty Gibbs 1 time for 1 lap.

Stage No. 1 Top Ten: 9,31,17,7,98,54,8,2,16,1

The second stage: the top ten: 8,36,48,45,91,6,4,23,34,38

Grant Enfinger greets some fans after his win on Friday.

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Enfinger advances in truck qualifying

The Camping World Truck Series opened Friday night with a 207-lap race at Indianapolis Raceway Park in Claremont, Indiana, a suburb of Indianapolis. The TSport 200 was scheduled for 200 laps, but was extended to 207 with overtime.

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Grant Enfinger survived a wild overtime to defeat reigning Series Champion Ben Rhodes, Zach Smith, Stuart Friesen, Corey Heim, Tyler Ankrum, Lenny Riggs, Ty Majeske, Matt Crafton, and title winner John Hunter Nemeshk.

Nemechek (75 laps), Majeski (71) and Carson Hocevar (34) were in front most of the night, three of the six leaders swapping the lead 12 times. But despite Infinger leading only four times in 13 laps, he came late to lead the last two games to win by half a second. The race was extraordinarily sloppy, with 10 cautions for 78 out of 207 laps.

The trucks roll out next weekend before going to the Richmond (Virginia) Racetrack on Saturday night, August 13th. Zane Smith is 14 points ahead of Rhodes in the standings, and Infinger and Friesen are 22 points behind.

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Racing

Inaugural TSport 200

consequences

1. (5) Grant Infinger (P) Chevrolet 207.

2. (9) Ben Rhodes (P) Toyota 207.

3. (21) Zane Smith (P), Ford, 207.

4. (8) Stuart Friesen (P), Toyota, 207.

5. (4) Corey Heim #(P) Toyota 207.

6. (11) Tyler Ankrum, Toyota, 207.

7. (23) Lynn Riggs Toyota 207.

8- (6) Ty Majeski (P) Toyota 207.

9. (16) Matt Crafton (P) Toyota 207.

10- (1) John Hunter Nimeschick (P) Toyota 207.

11. (18) Matt DeBendetto, Chevrolet, 207.

12- (15) Johnny Sutter Toyota, 207.

13. (17) Hailey Deegan, Ford, 207.

14. (10) Derek Krause Chevrolet 207.

15. (36) Jesse Little, Chevrolet, 207.

16. (3) Christian Ecks (P), Toyota, 207.

17. (31) Timmy Hill, Toyota, 207.

18. (2) Chandler Smith (P), Toyota, 207.

19. (20) Austin Wayne Self, Chevrolet, 207.

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20. (27) Kaz Grala, Chevrolet, 207.

21. (7) Carson Hocivar (P) Chevrolet 207.

22. (13) Taylor Gray (P), Ford, 207.

23. (14) Tanner Gray Ford, 207.

(34) Chris Hacker Toyota 207.

25. (19) Jack Wood #Chevrolet 207.

26. (26) Blaine Perkins #Chevrolet 207.

27. (33) Chase Purdy Toyota 206.

28. (24) Jake Garcia Chevrolet 206.

29. (25) Dean Thompson #Chevrolet 204.

30. (30) Chad Chastain, Chevrolet, 204.

31. (28) Chris Wright Chevrolet 204.

32. (12) Colby Howard, Chevrolet, accident, 190.

33. (35) Josh Riom, Toyota, Too Slow, 153.

34. (22) Lawless Alan #, Chevrolet, accident, 147.

35. (32) Blake Lothian, Chevrolet, Drive Shaft, 72.

36. (29) Spencer Boyd, Chevrolet, accident, 9.

Average race winner speed: 69.961 mph.

Race time: 2 hours, 1 minute, 47 seconds. Margin of victory: 0.477 seconds.

Warning signs: 10 rolls 78.

Lead changes: 12 out of 6 drivers.

Lap leaders: Nemeshik (p.) 1-64; bad. Smith (P) 65-70; c. Hocevar (P) 71-104; G. Enfinger (P) 105-109; bad. Smith (P) 110-116; T. Majesky (P) 117-157; c. Infinger (P) 158; T. Majesky (P) 159-188; c. Enfinger (P) 189-193; j. Nemechek (P) 194-197; T. gray (r) 198; j. Nemechek (P) 199-205; c. Infinger (P) 206-207.

Leaders summary (driver, lead time, rounds): John Hunter Nemechek (P) 3 times for 75 turns; Ty Majeski (P) twice for 71 laps; Carson Hocevar (P) once for 34 laps; Chandler Smith (P) twice for 13 laps; Grant Enfinger (P) 4 times for 13 turns; Taylor Gray (P) once per lap.

Stage No. 1 Top Ten: 4,18,42,52,23,99,51,66,38,98

The second stage: the top ten: 66,23,99,42,38,51,52,18,16,91

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