Found September 05, 2013 on Fox Sports:
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After Chase Elliott wrecked Ty Dillon to win last Sunday's inaugural NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Dillon was clearly upset. Heading in this Sunday's truck race at Iowa Speedway, it's fair to say the youngest grandson of veteran team owner Richard Childress is still a little miffed. In fact, Dillon won't rule out administering some revenge on his new nemesis - the 17-year-old son of 1988 Sprint Cup Series champion Bill Elliott - if the opportunity presents itself. "I'm definitely not going to leave it unturned," Dillon said in an exclusive interview with FOXSports.com. "It might not happen this week, it might not happen this month, it might not happen this year, but there will be a time that comes that he'll feel the rebuttal of it. I obviously wasn't happy about it, and the time will come, but right now I'm focused on next week." Dillon sits third in the truck standings, but stood to ...
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