2011 - Named as driver of Penske Racing’s No. 22 Shell-Pennzoil Dodge on Dec. 21, 2011. Competes behind the wheel of the No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports entry in all 36 races during the season. Starts season with impressive 11th-place finish in season-opening Daytona 500. Is positioned 13th in driver points after 26th race of season, missing 2011 Chase by only 13 points. Finishes season with one top-five finish and 10 top-10 results. Finishes 15th in final series point standings. Records average start of 14.9 and average finish of 16.1. Is running at the finish in 35 (all but one) of the races and finishes on the lead lap in 24 races.
2010 - Drives the Richard Petty Motorsports No. 43 car in all 36 races. Wins his first career Coors Light Pole Award (April Phoenix race). Displays race-winning form leading 143 laps in September Dover race before a washer cuts down a tire and relegates him to a 10th-place finish. Scores two top-five results and eight top-10s overall. Finishes 19th in final point standings. Records 16.1 average start and 17.8 average finish. Is running at the finish in 33 races and finished 26 races on the lead lap.
2009 - Signs to drive a partial season for newly-merged Richard Petty Motorsports Team. After finishing strong third in season-opening Daytona 500, additional sponsors join the effort allowing Allmendinger to compete in all 36 races. His overall competitive strength and consistency show great improvement through the year. He records his first career top-five Sprint Cup finish and posts six top-10 results, with two of those coming in the final three races. Finishes 24th in the final point standings. For the season, he has a 22.8 average start and a 22.4 average finish. Is running at the finish in 35 races and finishes on the lead lap in 18 events.
2008 - Starts a total of 27 races, driving for Red Bull Racing in 21 events, Michael Waltrip Racing in one race and the final five races for Gillette- Evernham Motorsports. Races the No. 84 Red Bull entry into the top-35 in owner points before accomplishing the same feat for the No. 10 Gillette-Evernham Dodge team. Closes out the season by scoring four top-15 finishes in the final five races. Produces first career top-10 finish in Sprint Cup competition at Indianapolis in the Brickyard 400 and follows that up with another top-10 at Kansas. Finishes 36th in the final driver points for the season. Owns a 25.3 average start and a 24.7 average finish. Is running at the finish in 22 races and finishes on the lead lap in 12 of them. Competes in one Nationwide Series race and one Camping World Truck Series event.
2007 - After years of success in the open-wheel ranks, competes with Team Red Bull in their foray into NASCAR Sprint Cup competition. Makes his first career Cup Series points race start in the March Bristol race. Scored his first career top-15 finish in the October Charlotte race and leads his first lap of competition in the fall Atlanta race. Makes only 17 starts and ranks 43rd in the season’s driver points. Also competed in seven Nationwide Series races and nine Camping World Truck Series races.
2006 - Makes impressive sports car debut with podium finish in prestigious Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona. Battles for the CART Champ Car World Series championship with RuSPORT (four races) and then Forsythe Championship Racing (final nine races, starting with three consecutive wins). Ventures into NASCAR racing for the first time. Status as a Red Bull athlete opens the door for a test session with the established Bill Davis Racing team in NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series competition. Makes NASCAR debut at New Hampshire, starting last and driving up through the field to finish 13th. Bitten by the stock car bug, he finishes fifth in his next truck race at Talladega. Returns to finish out the CART season third in points, claiming five wins, seven podium finishes and one pole position. He leads more than a fifth of the total laps of competition in the 13 races. Posts an incredible 3.2 average start and 6.1 average finish. In November, Team Red Bull establishes its NASCAR team and selects Allmendinger as one of its drivers.
2004-2005 - Competes in all 27 races held along the CART Champ Car World Series, driving for RuSPORT. Produces seven podium finishes and one pole position. Finishes sixth in final 2004 points after 14 races. Posts impressive nine top-10 finishes in the 14 races. Has average start of 7.0 and average finish of 8.1. Is running at the finish in 12 races and finishes on lead lap in eight races. Finishes fifth in final 2005 points after 13 races. Had 5.5 average start and 7.6 average finish. Is running at the finish in 10 of the races and finished on lead lap in eight races.
2003 - Makes debut in the Toyota Atlantic Series for RuSPORT. Enjoys storybook season as he drives the No. 10 car through each event shattering records set by drivers with names like Villeneueve and Andretti. Captures nine poles and seven victories in winning both the Toyota Atlantic Championship and Rookie-of-the-Year titles.
2001-2002 - Carves out his place in North American racing competing for the Formula Dodge National Championship, earning a spot in the Barber Dodge Pro Series (BDPS) for the following season. Collects the BDPS Championship and Rookie of the Year honors while breaking track records along the way. Earns the first of three consecutive RACER Magazine “Most Promising Road Racer” Awards.