Originally posted on Captain Thunder Racing  |  Last updated 6/29/13
photo credit:  getty images SPARTA, Ky. — Ty Dillon won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series UNOH 225 Thursday night at the Kentucky Speedway to notch his second career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory, but the win wasn't as important to Dillon as 'how' he won. Once again, Dillon passed Kyle Busch in the closing laps to secure another trip to victory lane. Just like he had when he won his first career race a year ago. This time, he invited Brad Keselowski to party, and passed him too.   Dillon crossed the finish line 5.736 seconds ahead of Keselowski, while Busch hung on to finish third.   Dillon, always the humble, honorable grandson of legendary team owner Richard Childress, said "To beat Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski, two of the best drivers on four wheels right now, is pretty special. ... I want to be like them some day."   Before heading to victory lane, Dillon threw down a bad ass burnout on the front stretch while hanging his body out of the driver's-side window. As smooth as Dillon is behind the wheel, it may have been the first time all evening that Grandpa Richard's heart skipped a beat.   Fortunately for Dillon, his car hooked up at the perfect time. He flew by Busch with 25-laps to go, and made it look easy. And, passing Busch...never looks easy.   "My car just took off at the end," Dillon said. "I knew I was faster, so I just really tried not to kill my car, kill my tires, and it finally came to us. I got a good run through (Turns) 1 and 2 and got by him in 3 and 4. It (Dillon's No. 3 Chevrolet) turned into a rocket ship there at the end. I wasn't that great in the beginning and the middle, but (crew chief) Marcus (Richmond) and the guys kept digging and kept digging.", Dillon said.   Regarding his reckless burnout, Dillon said, "Hey, man, we're here to put on a show." And put on a show he did. The fans in attendance roared with approval as the future next generation superstar created a giant wave of Goodyear tire smoke that drifted over the crowd. Dillon may be hoping to be more like Keselowski and Busch 'Some Day', but 'Some Day'...might just be today. - Captain Thunder - www.CaptainThunderRacing.com
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