Back Home in Charlotte...Following a one-week hiatus, the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) returns for the 10th race of the season at Charlotte Motor Speedway (CMS) on Saturday afternoon. Justin Allgaier has nine previous starts at CMS, including his NNS debut, with a best finish of third. Track activity for the NNS teams begins on Wednesday at CMS with a four-hour test session. Regular weekend practice begins on Thursday afternoon at 1:00 p.m. EDT.
Darlington Recap...Allgaier qualified fifth at Darlington Raceway in the No. 31 Chevrolet Camaro. He was the highest qualifying Chevrolet in the 40-car NNS field. After spending most of Friday night in the top-10 at Darlington Raceway, Allgaier brought his car home in the 10th position. With the 10th-place finish, Allgaier is currently fourth in the NNS Driver Point Standings.
This Week's Camaro...This weekend the No. 31 BRANDT Chevrolet team will utilize chassis TSM-401. TSM-401 is brand new out of the Turner Scott Motorsports (TSM) stable.
Watch and Listen...Race coverage forThe History 300 at CMS can be seen live on Saturday, May 25 on ABC at 2:30 p.m. EDT. The event can be heard live on PRN Radio at 2:30 p.m. EDT, and also on SiriusXM Radio, channel 90.
Testing...On Tuesday, May 28 Allgaier and his Turner Scott Motorsports teammates will head to Virginia International Raceway in Alton, Va. The team is road course testing in preparation for the upcoming races at Road America, Watkins Glen and Mid-Ohio.
Crew chief Scott Zipadelli on Charlotte Motor Speedway:
"We are taking chassis No. 401 to Charlotte [Motor Speedway], which is the latest chassis design to come out of the TSM shop. We will use Wednesday as a test day and have a large test plan in place to try several different things. On Thursday, we will take our best setup from Wednesday and put it in the car and work on balance for the race."
Justin Allgaier on Charlotte Motor Speedway:
"Charlotte [Motor Speedway] is extremely fun to drive. The track is very wide and we are able to run two and three-wide without a problem. It puts on a great race for the fans. It's also a home race for several of the team and crew members. We put a lot of effort into Charlotte like we do any other week, but winning there would be huge. I rank it right up there with winning at Daytona [International Speedway]."