Allgaier delivered despite constant pressure from Austin Cindric, winning both Stage 2 and the race for JR Motorsports. He led 120 of 200 laps.
“First of all, I can tell you that God is great, man. These last 18 to 24 months have been crazy, just proud of these guys and the no give up attitude,” Allgaier said.
“This team is incredible.”
Cindric was second, continuing an impressive streak of seven consecutive top-two finishes.
Ross Chastain was third, Noah Gragson fourth and Harrison Burton fifth.
Riley Herbst, Jeb Burton, Justin Haley, Michael Annett and Chase Briscoe rounded out the top-ten.
Stages 1 and 2
Cindric dominated the opening stage, which was clean and green other than a Lap 20 competition caution.
The Team Penske driver captured the stage win over Gragson, Allgaier, Chastain, H. Burton, Herbst, Jones, Briscoe, Annett and Sieg.
Gragson was the leader for the restart to kick off Stage 2, holding onto the top spot as Allgaier moved around Cindric for second.
Later on, Allgaier was able to catch Gragson as he got held up in slower traffic, making the pass to the high side on Lap 76.
Briscoe then got loose underneath Cindric and nosed his car into the inside wall on the backstretch, forcing another caution.
The green flag flew with nine laps to go in the stage. Allgaier was able to…