Found July 31, 2013 on Race Review Online:
What a great last two month’s it’s been for NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Austin Dillon. The youngster went from having to run perfectly and hope for a little luck with the top four title contenders to leading the championship leaving Indy. In the last nine races Dillon has finished in the top 10 seven times with four top fives. He has three top fives in the last four races and used a Sam Hornish Jr. blown engine and a 12th place finish Saturday afternoon at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to go from third to first in the standings heading into Saturday’s race at Iowa Speedway. Dillon now leads second place Regan Smith by six points and third place Elliott Sadler by 13 heading to a track where Dillon has had some good success on. The series just raced at Iowa in June where Dillon finished second after starting on the pole. He’s finished in the top 10 in three of the last four Iowa Nationwide races and has a victory in 2010 during his championship season in the Camping World Truck ...

Austin Dillon Does What Hasn’t Been Done Since 2002

Austin Dillon shown here leading the pack, now also leads in the race for the NASCAR Nationwide Series championship. (Photo Credit: Andy Lyons/Getty Images). By: Toby Christie – Follow on Twitter @Tobalical It’s been a great season all the way across the NASCAR landscape for Austin Dillon. Last week at Eldora he captured victory in NASCAR’s first dirt-track race in 43 years...

US Cellular 250 Preview

Photo- Getty Images A little short track out in Iowa will light up for the second time this season when the Nationwide Series hits this tough venue. Rain drenched the race last June, forcing it to be moved to Sunday and then it was Trevor Bayne and Austin Dillon dueling it out for the victory, with Bayne coming out on top. With the weather looking good, it looks like the cars will...
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