The 37-year-old Allgaier from Riverton, Illinois, led a race-high 110 of 300 laps and executed during a 44-lap dash to the finish on fresh tires to fend off Daniel Hemric, win at Thunder Valley and become the first Xfinity competitor to transfer to the Playoff's Round of 8.
The 15-time Most Popular Driver and two-time Xfinity Series champion from Kannapolis, North Carolina, made his first of two Xfinity scheduled starts at Thunder Valley, where he battled upfront before late ignition issues concluded his night in 30th place and on pit road.
The 37-year-old Allgaier from Riverton, Illinois, led 14 of 110 over-scheduled laps and rallied from serving a pass-through penalty amid multiple pre-qualifying technical failures to edge Creed by 0.005 seconds to achieve his first triumph at Daytona.
The 20-year-old Mayer from Franklin, Wisconsin, led eight of 86 over-scheduled laps and rallied from spinning pole-sitter Ty Gibbs while running on a low tank of fuel to overtake Sheldon Creed prior to the final lap and notch his second Xfinity Series career victory at The Glen.
The two-time ARCA Menards Series East champion from Franklin, Wisconsin, led the final two of 49 over-scheduled laps to earn his first triumph in the Xfinity circuit at his home track in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.
The 36-year-old Allgaier from Riverton, Illinois, led a race-high 83 of 200 laps and stretched his fuel tank while leading the final 33 laps to notch the first victory of the season for himself and JR Motorsports.