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Alsco Uniforms 300 Race Results

Charlotte Motor Speedway

May 29th, 2023

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RESULTS

START POS

FINAL STATUS

LAPS COMPLETED

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PLAYOFF POINTS

1

Justin Allgaier

7 |

1

Running

200

83

56

5

2

John H. Nemechek

20 |

2

Running

200

57

53

0

3

Cole Custer

00 |

4

Running

200

0

38

0

4

Austin Hill

21 |

17

Running

200

0

44

0

5

Ty Gibbs

19 |

3

Running

200

52

0

0

6

Parker Retzlaff

31 |

37

Running

200

0

31

0

7

Jeb Burton

27 |

9

Running

200

0

30

0

8

Carson Hocevar

77 |

15

Running

199

0

30

0

9

Brandon Jones

9 |

5

Running

199

0

31

0

10

Sammy Smith

18 |

18

Running

199

0

27

0

11

Kyle Sieg

28 |

24

Running

199

0

26

0

12

Justin Haley

10 |

6

Running

199

0

0

0

13

Chandler Smith

16 |

10

Running

199

0

34

0

14

Riley Herbst

98 |

13

Running

199

0

24

0

15

Josh Berry

8 |

14

Running

199

0

25

0

16

Kaz Grala

26 |

32

Running

199

0

21

0

17

Joe Graf Jr

38 |

23

Running

199

0

20

0

18

Josh Williams

92 |

29

Running

199

0

19

0

19

Jeremy Clements

51 |

27

Running

198

0

18

0

20

Kyle Weatherman

91 |

21

Running

198

0

17

0

21

Jeffrey Earnhardt

45 |

38

Running

198

0

16

0

22

Daniel Hemric

11 |

11

Running

198

0

22

0

23

Connor Mosack

24 |

25

Running

198

0

14

0

24

Ryan Sieg

39 |

36

Running

198

8

13

0

25

Rajah Caruth

44 |

19

Running

197

0

0

0

26

Stefan Parsons

07 |

22

Running

197

0

11

0

27

Ryan Ellis

43 |

30

Running

197

0

10

0

28

Sheldon Creed

2 |

7

Running

197

0

21

0

29

Brett Moffitt

25 |

12

Running

197

0

8

0

30

Brennan Poole

6 |

31

Running

197

0

7

0

31

Patrick Emerling

35 |

34

Running

195

0

6

0

32

Anthony Alfredo

78 |

16

Running

195

0

5

0

33

Garrett Smithley

4 |

28

Running

195

0

4

0

34

Natalie Decker

08 |

33

Running

195

0

3

0

35

Sam Mayer

1 |

8

Running

193

0

6

0

36

Dawson Cram

74 |

26

Running

193

0

1

0

37

Blaine Perkins

02 |

35

Engine

163

0

1

0

38

Parker Kligerman

48 |

20

Running

144

0

1

0

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  • POS 1 | LEADER

    Justin Allgaier

    POS1

    LEADER

    Justin Allgaier

    Driver badge number 7 |

  • POS 2 | 7.829

    John Hunter Nemechek

    POS2

    7.829

    John Hunter Nemechek

    Driver badge number 20 |

  • POS 3 | 10.831

    Cole Custer

    POS3

    10.831

    Cole Custer

    Driver badge number 00 |

Justin Allgaier manages fuel, hangs on to win 2023 Xfinity Series race at Charlotte

CONCORD, N.C. — Saving fuel throughout a 66-lap green-flag run to the finish, Justin Allgaier collected his first NASCAR Xfinity Series victory of the season — and the first this year for JR Motorsports — in Monday‘s twice-rain-delayed Alsco Uniforms 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Allgaier, the pole winner, beat runner-up John Hunter Nemechek to the finish line by 7.829 seconds, as the top three finishers — including third-place Cole Custer — stretched their fuel mileage from a Lap 135 restart to the end of the race.

MORE: Official results | At-track photos: Charlotte

Austin Hill and Ty Gibbs, both of whom pitted for fuel in the closing stages, claimed the fourth and fifth positions, respectively.

“I‘m speechless, man,” said Allgaier, who led a race-high 83 laps. “I didn‘t know how much to save. Just lucky we had enough … I just cannot say enough about (crew chief) Jim Pohlman, everybody on the No. 7 team.

“It‘s not been for lack of speed this year. We‘ve battled. Tonight, was kind of the opposite. We had to go slow to go fast.”

Nemechek led 57 laps, but Allgaier built a substantial lead at the end while conserving enough fuel to finish the race — and to do a celebratory burnout.

“We were racing each other pretty hard, and I burned my stuff up trying to get to him — and get around him,” Nemechek said. “I should have been a little more patient, I guess. But overall, really solid day. Good points day for us. I think that extends our points lead.”

In fact, Nemechek collected his fifth top-two finish of the season (with wins at Fontana and Martinsville) and holds a 10-point lead over Hill in the series standings.

But Allgaier and Nemechek might not have been left to battle for the win, had a radio issue not adversely affected Gibbs‘ winning chances.

The driver of the No. 19 Toyota, who won last year‘s Xfinity championship before graduating to the NASCAR Cup Series, led 52 laps and swept the first two stages of the race. But an extended pit stop, during which Gibbs‘ crew changed his steering wheel (which housed a faulty radio button) dropped him to the rear of the field for a restart on Lap 98. That ended Gibbs‘ challenge for the win.

Parker Retzlaff ran sixth, followed by Jeb Burton, Carson Hocevar, Jeb Burton and Sammy Smith.

The race was delayed from Saturday by rain and restarted at 11 a.m. ET Monday. But rain intervened again after the completion of the first stage, delaying the finish until after the running of the Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR Cup Series race, won by Ryan Blaney. After resuming at 10 p.m. ET, the checkered flag waved over Allgaier’s No. 7 Chevrolet at 11:27 p.m. ET.

The NASCAR Xfinity Series now shifts to Portland International Raceway for its 13th race of the season on Saturday, June 3 (4:30 p.m. ET, FS1, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio).

Note: Inspection is complete in the Xfinity Series garage with no issues, confirming the No. 7 of Allgaier as the winner.

Contributing: Staff reports