than 20th at the track to four. Kahne’s season has improved, but is it enough to overcome his Atlanta troubles? Austin Dillon – Dillon seems to have fared worse the second half of this season than the first. He is now nearly 50 points out of
after Bristol are Kyle Larson, who is 26 points behind Biffle for the final transfer spot, Kasey Kahne (-33) and Austin Dillon (-40). Of course, all that could go out the window if there are one or two new winners in the next two weeks
Austin Dillon dropped by Peyton Manning's old stomping grounds on Thursday. The Sprint Cup Series rookie spent the day at the University of
Ryan Newman, Clint Bowyer and Greg Biffle. Well-within striking distance of Biffle are Kasey Kahne (-9), Austin Dillon (-22) and Kyle Larson (-24). It seems unlikely, based on the 20-point gap from Larson back to the next driver
be sure. The group of drivers battling for the last four spots ranges from Kenseth, the 2003 champion, to rookies Austin Dillon and Kyle Larson, who are two points apart and no worse than 24 points behind Biffle for the 16th and final spot in
field didn't fare well. Greg Biffle will start 28th, two spots in front of Kasey Kahne . Rookies Kyle Larson and Austin Dillon were 23rd and 31st. Ambrose, who has won two of the past three Cup races at Watkins Glen, set a track record of
NASCAR RaceDay: At the mid-way point of the season, Jeff Hammond sits down with Austin Dillon to talk about his burgeoning rivalry with Kyle Larson.
LONG POND, Pa. (AP) Austin Dillon pulled away on the final restart to win the Truck Series race on Saturday at Pocono Raceway. Dillon won his first Truck race of
Now that's cold. To help promote the upcoming Sprint Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway, Austin Dillon -- driver of the No. 3 American Ethanol Chevrolet -- spent the afternoon at the skating rink with the Olympic champion
NASCAR: Austin Dillon will lead the group of drivers attempting to race their way into the 2014 All-Star Race.