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  • Austin Dillon made his Cup Series debut at Kansas in October 2011, with sponsorship from Camping World on the No.Richard Childress Racing-Wikipedia
  • 2 team ran a partial schedule with Sean Caisse and Austin Dillon sharing the ride.Richard Childress Racing-Wikipedia
  • The win itself, however, was overshadowed by the last lap crash that saw Austin Dillon's car fly into the catch fence.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • 3 was missing from the national touring series until September 5, 2009, when Austin Dillon, the 19-year-old grandson of Richard Childress, debuted an RCR-owned No.Dale Earnhardt-Wikipedia
  • 3 Chevrolet Silverado driven by Childress's grandson, Austin Dillon for the inaugural race at Iowa Speedway.Richard Childress Racing-Wikipedia
  • In May 2008, the team shut down due to financial problems but returned at the Emerson Radio 250 to debut Austin Dillon, son of former driver Mike Dillon and grandson to Richard Childress.Richard Childress Racing-Wikipedia
  • For 2015, Austin Dillon, Menard, and Brandon Jones shared the ride with sponsorship from Rheem and Menards.Richard Childress Racing-Wikipedia
  • 2 began fielding variety of drivers driving including Austin Dillon and Paul Menard, with sponsorship from Rheem and Menards.Richard Childress Racing-Wikipedia
  • At Chicagoland speedway, Johnson started 4th and took the lead on lap 7 from Austin Dillon.Jimmie Johnson-Wikipedia
  • He was the last driver to win for RCR in the NASCAR Truck Series, until July 11, 2010, when Childress's grandson, Austin Dillon, won the Lucas Oil 200 at Iowa Speedway.Richard Childress Racing-Wikipedia
  • 39 owners points from RSS Racing to field the truck for Austin Dillon in the inaugural Mudsummer Classic at Eldora Speedway, with sponsorship from American Ethanol.Richard Childress Racing-Wikipedia
  • Busch made it to the second round of the first elimination-format Chase and while he was 2nd in points coming in to Talladega, a crash on lap 103, where he was rear-ended by rookie Austin Dillon, eliminated him from contention due to a 40th-place finish which dropped him to 10th (below the 8th-place cutline).Kyle Busch-Wikipedia
  • 3, placed a moratorium on using it; the number returned for the 2014 season, this time not sponsored by GM Goodwrench, driven by Childress's grandson Austin Dillon.Dale Earnhardt-Wikipedia
  • According to established NASCAR procedures, Richard Childress Racing had priority over other teams if they chose to reuse the number, which they did when Austin Dillon was promoted to the Cup series in 2014.Dale Earnhardt-Wikipedia
  • 2002: Austin Dillon plays for Southwest Forsyth (County) Little League in Clemmons, North Carolina.Little League Baseball-Wikipedia
  • During the final stage, Danica Patrick spun after contact with Austin Dillon.Matt Kenseth-Wikipedia
  • RCR has won NASCAR's Premier Cup Series championship six times, all with driver Dale Earnhardt, as well as the Daytona 500 three times; Earnhardt in 1998, Kevin Harvick in 2007 and Austin Dillon in 2018.Richard Childress Racing-Wikipedia
  • RCR has featured a strong development program since the 1990s that has groomed several NASCAR regulars, most notably 2014 Cup Series Champion Kevin Harvick and Richard Childress' own grandsons Austin and Ty Dillon.Richard Childress Racing-Wikipedia
  • Austin Dillon was named to drive the 14 at Michigan.Stewart-Haas Racing-Wikipedia
  • On February 18, 2018, Austin Dillon won the Daytona 500 in the ZL1's debut.Chevrolet Camaro-Wikipedia
  • Prior to August 11, 2013, speculation arose regarding who would replace Stewart on the oval courses, with speculation that the replacement would either be Regan Smith, who drove two races in Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s car after Earnhardt was sidelined with a concussion in 2012, or Austin Dillon.Tony Stewart-Wikipedia
  • 14 Chevrolet beginning with the 2013 Irwin Tools Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway, driving in all but one race for the remainder of the season as a substitute driver for the injured Tony Stewart; Austin Dillon would drive the No.Mark Martin-Wikipedia
  • The following week at Talladega, Earnhardt led 38 laps and was about to receive a push from Austin Dillon to overtake Jamie McMurray on the last lap when Ricky Stenhouse Jr. tapped Dillon, causing that driver to spin out and then get hit by Casey Mears, leaving Earnhardt with a 2nd-place finish.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • During the Pepsi Max 400 weekend at Fontana, Bowyer and fellow Childress driver Austin Dillon taped an episode of The Price Is Right that was scheduled to feature NASCAR-themed Showcases (a practice that occurs during a Fontana race; host Drew Carey was the Grand Marshal of the August 2008 race) and aired on November 15.Clint Bowyer-Wikipedia

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