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Richard Childress Racing teammates finished second (Austin Dillon), fourth (Elliott Sadler) and 16th (Paul Menard).
Sadler leads the NASCAR Nationwide Series driver championship point standings by six points over Ricky Stenhouse Jr., while Dillon ranks third in the standings, 26 markers behind his RCR teammate.
The No. 2 team ranks second in the Nationwide Series owner championship point standings, trailing the No. 18 team by 21 points, with the No. 3 team fourth in the standings and the No. 33 team fifth.
Dillon leads the Sunoco Rookie of the Year standings over Cole Whitt.
According to NASCAR's Loop Data Statistics, Dillon was the only driver to spend 100 percent of the race running in the top 15, was Fastest on Restarts, had the Fastest Speed in Traffic and ranked second in Average Running Position (3.282).
With his second-place finish, Dillon helped Chevrolet clinch the Bill France Performance Cup (manufacturer's championship) with three races remaining...
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Austin Dillon earned a second-place finish on the newly-repaved Kansas Speedway, maintaining his rank as the NASCAR Nationwide Series driver with the best average finishing position on 1.5-mile tracks. Dillon started the scheduled 200-lap race from the second position, but slipped to the third position in the opening laps of the race as he struggled with a loose-handling Chevrolet...
The No. 2 OneMain Financial team and Elliott Sadler notched their 15th top-five finish of the 2012 NASCAR Nationwide Series season Saturday afternoon at Kansas Speedway. Starting from the seventh position in the 200-lap event, the driver worked his way into the third position by lap 37. After a stop for right-side tires earlier in the race, crew chief Luke Lambert utilized a caution...
With Austin Dillon’s second place finish in the Kansas Lottery 300 at Kansas Speedway, Chevrolet has clinched the Manufacturers’ Championship in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. The 2012 achievement marks the 15thtime the Bowtie Brand has captured the prestigious Bill France Performance Cup.
"Chevrolet is honored to win the 2012 Bill France Performance Cup, and capture the...
DETROIT – With Austin Dillon’s second place finish in the Kansas Lottery 300 at Kansas Speedway, Chevrolet has clinched the Manufacturers’ Championship in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. The 2012 achievement marks the 15th time the Bowtie Brand has captured the prestigious Bill France Performance Cup.
“Chevrolet is honored to win the 2012 Bill France Performance Cup, and capture...
Richard Childress Racing teammates finished third (Paul Menard), 11th (Kevin Harvick) and 28th (Jeff Burton).
Menard ranked second in the Loop Data Statistics category Quality Passes (44), was the third-Fastest Driver Late in a Run and third-Fastest on Restarts.
Menard maintained the fourth-best Average Running Position (8.333), logged the fourth-most Laps in the...