Found June 16, 2013 on Start 'N' Park Blog:
Austin Dillon earned his fourth-consecutive Pole Award in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, setting an all-time series record, but ultimately posted a 20th-place finish in the No. 3 AdvoCare Chevrolet at Michigan International Speedway after cutting a tire in the closing laps of the Alliance Truck Parts 250. Dillon led the 39-car starting field to the green flag and showed the way for the first half of the race until the caution flag was displayed for a debris on lap 65. Several teams pitted under the yellow flag, but the No. 3 team followed a different pit strategy and stayed out during the caution period. Leading the field to the restart on lap 68, Dillon immediately dropped to seventh in the running order and reported that a left-rear tire was flat on the black No. 3 Chevrolet, forcing an unscheduled green-flag pit stop for four tires and fuel. The pit stop caused Dillon to fall one lap down to the race leader, in the 16th position. Dillon raced his way into position to earn the “Lucky Dog” when the caution flag was displayed on lap 99 and rejoined the lead lap in 14th. He pitted for four tires, fuel and a track bar adjustment before green-flag racing resumed with 23 laps of competition remaining. During the closing laps, Dillon posted the fastest lap times of the field and raced his way up to ninth before contact with another car caused him to cut a right-front tire, necessitating a second unscheduled green-flag pit stop. The No. 3 AdvoCare pit crew changed four tires under green flag conditions and Dillon rejoined the field to post a 20th-place finish. Start – 1 Finish – 20 Laps Led – 61 Points – 4th AUSTIN DILLON QUOTE: Wow. It was a frustrating day. I’m very proud of my guys on the No. 3 AdvoCare Chevrolet team. They did a great job. There’s nothing you can do about a flat tire. Hopefully our luck will change soon enough.” -Richard Childress Racing PR

NNS: Starting Lineup, Green Flag time and info for the Alliance Truck Parts 250 at Michigan

Austin Dillon will lead 39 cars to the green flag today for the start of the Alliance Truck Parts 250 at Michigan International Speedway. Dillon set a record with his fourth consecutive pole while setting a track record more then 1.5 mile faster then his previous record. It also marks the first time that Richard Childress Racing has started 1-2-3 in the NNS. The Nationwide Series...

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Alliance Truck Parts 250 From Michigan Starting Lineup

Austin Dillon won the pole for Saturday’s Alliance Truck Parts 250 from Michigan with a time of 37.523 seconds. Paul Menard, Brian Scott, Trevor Bayne, and Alex Bowman round out the top five starting positions. With only 39 entries, no drivers missed the race. The event will be live on ABC at 2 PM EST. Pos # Driver Team Time 1 3 Austin Dillon AdvoCare Chevrolet 37.523...

Alliance Truck Parts 250 from Michigan Final Practice Times

Austin Dillon led the way with a lap of 37.738 seconds in the final practice for the Alliance Truck Parts 250 from Michigan. Rounding out the top five was Justin Allgaier, Paul Menard, Brian Scott, and Parker Kligerman. Pos # Driver Team Time Behind 1 3 Austin Dillon AdvoCare Chevrolet 37.738 Leader 2 31 Justin Allgaier Brandt Chevrolet 37.758 -0.020 3 33 Paul Menard...
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