Working on sponsorship at this time so Justin can
get back on track.....................
It was a 2nd place finish for Justin at Orange
County Speedway on October 25th
Justin got a 9th place finish in the ARCA race at
Kansas Speedway on October 3rd.
Justin qualified 9th and finished 7th at
Kentucky Speedway on September 13th.
Pocono Raceway, Pocono PA August 1st--Justin
got his first win. This is his favorite track.
Indy Raceway Park/Lucas Oil Raceway
Indianapolis, IN July 25--qualified 5th running in front all day on lap
197 of 200 electrical issues plagued car and Justin finished in 13th
Chicagoland Speedway, Joliet, MI July 19th--an
eighth place finish
Brooklyn, MI June 13th--Justin finished in 3rd
Pocono, PA June 7th--Justin finished in 3rd
place with a great run. Transmission got hung in 4th gear and he
finished the race in 4th gear. Ran good all week in practice, 3rd in
Toledo, OH May 18th--It was a 7th place finish for
Justin in his Havaco #88. He drove a good race and led a couple of laps.
Talladega, Al May 3rd--Justin turned fast laps in his Havaco car #88 testing at Talladega Superspeedway. He had second fastest
time yesterday at 182.442 mph and 8th fastest overall for the two day
testing period. He will be in the ARCA race on May 3rd.
Daytona ARCA race Feb 15th--had decent practice
times and a good qualifying run. Started 12th but got taken out on the
12th lap while in 8th place. The car was good and it would have been a
top five finish for sure! I'll be racing my Haveco #88 in many more
races this year. Looking forward to Talladega and possibility of
going to Mobile
Thank you to all my Daytona sponsors, Havaco,
Rush, Trussway, Double G Forest Products, Fred England's Tornado Alley 3
minute Car Wash, CPS, HHC, Surmac, Direct Lumber and Door of Colorado,
Leserra's Nursery, Marsha & Mike, George Robert
Justin tested his Team BCR
Havaco Ford Fusion at Daytona and had some great runs
in preparation for the ARCA Lucas Oil 200 on February 15,
Coming soon-Justin's racing apparel,
hats, shirts, hoodies and more................
(MOORESVILLE, N.C. - September 30, 2013)
Justin Allison, grandson of NASCAR legend and International
Motorsports Hall of Fame driver Donnie Allison, and great
nephew of NASCAR champion Bobby Allison has tested at
Nashville Superspeedway today, Monday, September 30 and
approved for the Kansas ARCA race this Friday.
Team BCR Racing and Development Team earlier
this week, is scheduled to make his ARCA Racing Series Super
Speedway debut at Kansas Speedway in the Kansas Lottery 98.9
Friday, October 4, 2013. He will be driving the No. 88 HAVACOSALES.COM Ford Fusion.
Nashville was very helpful," says Justin Allison. "I'm
getting use to driving at a larger track than what I'm use
to. Grant has been giving me a ton of pointers and great
advice on how to drive an ARCA car and what to expect.
Howard (Bixman) has given me a great car, along with the
crew at Team BCR. I'm getting very excited to make my
March 9, 2013 - Justin will be
driving his RUSH RACING PRODUCTS super late model car in the
Bash at the Beach PASS 150 at Myrtle Beach Speedway on
Saturday night, March 16th.
#2013 -- #1 Ford Fusion Super Late
Model powered by a Rousch Yates Engine
RACE -100 laps at Florence Speedway on November 3, 2012 Justin
finished in second place -
photos before and after
the race......#22 Legacy car owner is Brandin Wrisley-Sterling Home
Group...Greensboro, NC ......cousin Taylor Stricklin's Lucky #7 hat and
his new uniform brought him luck!
LATE MODEL NEWS -
working on the Late Model
JUSTIN IS ENTERING THE RACE
AT SOUTHERN NATIONAL SPEEDWAY IN KENLY, NC THIS WEEKEND ON SATURDAY,
June 9, 2012-South Boston
Speedway-Justin got a 12th place finish in the 150 lapper. He
started in the 13th spot and completed the entire race in an ill
handling car. There were 17 cars in the race.
May 26, 2012-Concord Motor
Speedway CV Products 125-Justin started 20th and made his way up to the
10th spot by lap 10 of the race. He avoided a major wreck and then
was coming up on 6th place when he tapped the wall while running outside
of Jay Fogleman. He ran several more laps but the car had some
minor damage that affected the handling so he had to park the car and
finished in 19th place.
May 11, 2012-Wake County Speedway-Justin ran fast times in practice,
qualified 13th and finished in the 10th spot in the 125
lapper...bringing the car home in one piece in the P.A.S.S. Super Late
Model race at the 1/4 bullring track near Raleigh, NC.
April 22, 2012-Justin got a 7th place finish in the PASS Super Late
Model Orange Blossom Special 150 at Orange County Speedway in Rougemont,
NC on Saturday night, April 21st. He
started from the 22nd position out of 26 cars. and took the checkers on
the same lap as the race winner on the front stretch.
The PASS Super Late Model Series
“Over the Mountain 150"
at Hickory Motor Speedway on October 29th is the next race Justin will
Justin is entered in the PASS Super Late Model race at South Boston on
Saturday, August 20th in the John Boy & Billy's Grillin Sauce,
Roush-Yates Performance Parts, Hearing
Healthcare Centers, Barnhardt Jewelers, Mid State Metals, Collins Rock
Farm, Manfredi Logistics car.
8-8-11 Justin will be practicing in
his own Super Late Model car at South Boston Speedway this week in
preparation for the PASS Super Late Model 150 lap race Race at SoBo on
August 20th. Thanks to Mid State Metals, Bill & Carol Collins, John Boy
& Billy's Grillin Sauce, Fred England, Debbie Barnhardt-Barnhardt
Jewelers, Hearing Healthcare Center of NC, Johnny Manfredi and all other
sponsors mentioned on this page.
Justin will be attempting to qualify for the PASS Super Late Model Race
at Motor Mile Speedway on Friday, May 27 in the Renfroe/Coulter car.
The car will be numbered with #58 as a tribute to Justin's grandfather,
Darrell Brown, who was killed in a heavy machinery accident two weeks
ago in Birmingham, Alabama. Brown ran late model races all around the
southeast and was the All Pro Champion in the 1980's. The race is on
Saturday, May 28th. Thanks to C's Barbeque, JW Phelps at Iron & Metal of
Cleveland, Midstate Metals, Dr. Bill Lightfoot and Hearing Healthcare
Center-North Carolina. Thank you sponsors and fans.
Justin attempted to
qualify for the 300 lapper "The Race" at North Wilkesboro Speedway but
ended up with a blown engine.
Thank you sponsors: Leisure-Tyme Rentals and Iron & Metal of Cleveland.....he
will be practicing in this car and entering a race again in the near
Allison Legacy News---
2012-Justin ran 2 races in the Sterling
Homes #22 taking the Pole and finishing 2nd at Hickory Motor Speedway on
September 7 and getting a 3rd place finish at Myrtle Beach Speedway on
Justin received the Hard Charger of the Year Award at the 2010 Allison
Legacy Series banquet.
CAPTURED THE 2010 ALLISON LEGACY TOURING SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP on December
4th at Carolina Motorsports Park by only 2 points over fellow competitor
Tyler Hill. Hill won the race at Carolina Motorsports Park and
Justin came in 4th after a spin involving the #33 car of Dale Ogburn.
Late Model News---JUSTIN
FINISHED 15th in the USARacing PRO
CUP SERIES BRUSHY MOUNTAIN 250 AT NORTH WILKESBORO SPEEDWAY IN THE
STRUTMASTERS Super Late Model Car on OCTOBER 3rd.
FINISHED in 11th PLACE OUT OF 25 CARS IN THE PASS LATE MODEL LABOR DAY
200 CLASSIC AT NORTH WILKESBORO SPEEDWAY ON SEPTEMBER 4th. HE QUALIFIED
3rd FOR THE RACE.
SPEEDWAY, Newport, Tennessee - Aug. 7th - FINISHED IN 11th PLACE OUT OF
27 CARS IN THE "DANIEL BOONE CLASSIC" PASS SUPER LATE MODEL RACE. HE QUALIFIED IN THE 11th SPOT.
SPEEDWAY, Greenville, South Carolina - July 2nd - FINISHED 17th
IN THE PASS LATE MODEL FIRECRACKER 125. HE QUALIFIED IN THE
- Mid-State Metals, Cleveland, NC Fred's Food Factory, Tazewell,
TN - Indianapolis Fruit
Company, Indianapolis, IN - ANONYMOUS - Goodnights Service-Hwy 150,
Salisbury, NC, Iron & Metal of Cleveland, C's Barbeque, Dr. Bill
Lightfoot, Leisure Tyme Rentals - AutoWash Express-Raleigh,NC
Terry Henley, Auburn Alumni - Bell Racing
and: Havaco Technologies,
Rush Racing Products, Tornado Alley Car Wash, Southlake Orthopaedics,
Dinkys/Hatteras Island, Marsha & Mike, Hendrix Barbeque, Mr. Hofman