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Former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Austin Dillon will fill in for Brennan Newberry this weekend at Chicagoland Speedway.
Newberry, 23, normally pilots the No. 24 NTS Motorsports Chevy but is under the weather. He is 18th in the standings.
Dillon currently drives in the Nationwide Series for Richard Childress Racing. He is second in the standings. Dillon, who won the 2011 Truck title, has 11 Sprint Cup starts. His best finish was 11th at Michigan in June.
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Austin Dillon led the way with a lap of 30.042 seconds in the final practice for the Dollar General 300 from Chicagoland. Rounding out the top five was Kevin Harvick, DRIVER, Kevin Swindell, and Brad Sweet. Pos # Driver Team Time Behind 1 3 Austin Dillon AdvoCare Chevrolet 30.042 Leader[...]
Joliet, IL- The race for the NASCAR Nationwide Series championship is still open for likely six drivers but realistically only two have a shot.
After the Dollar General 300 at the Chicagoland Speedway, really only Sam Hornish Jr. and Austin Dillon are in the hunt for the title.
Hornish leads Dillon by 17 points with only seven races to go.
Regan Smith sits third and is 36 points...
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Written By: Katie Copple
There were a lot of fast cars on the track this weekend as the Camping World Truck Series, Nationwide Series and Sprint Cup Series all compete this weekend at Chicagoland.
After a set of practices on Friday, Austin Dillon and Kyle Larson split the honors at the top of the board. Larson, a Rookie in the series this year, topped...
The Nationwide Series makes it way to the Chicagoland Speedway for round 26 of the 2013 campaign. Currently Sam Hornish, Jr. leads the driver standings with Austin Dillon, Regan Smith, and Elliott Sadler ready to strike. Hornish is aiming to add to his point lead and make up for a[...]
Jeb Burton will sit on the pole for the EnjoyIllinois.com 225 on Friday night from Chicagoland Speedway. He will be joined by Ty Dillon on the front row.
Matt Crafton, who holds a 37 point lead over James Buescher, will begin the race in the 8th position.
The Camping World Truck Series will run 150 laps around the 1.5 mile oval located in Joliet, IL for a total of 225 miles.