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Sentences forAustin Dillon
- The win itself, however, was overshadowed by the last lap crash that saw Austin Dillon's car fly into the catch fence.
- In 2008, Austin Dillon ran the full Camping World East Series schedule in the No. 3 Garage Equipment Supply Chevrolet.
- At the Cup Series race at Martinsville in June, Allmendinger was on standby for RCR's Austin Dillon, who was expecting his first child with his wife, Whitney.
- At Chicagoland speedway, Johnson started 4th and took the lead on lap 7 from Austin Dillon.
- Austin Dillon ran the No. 2 truck at Eldora in 2014 with sponsorship from American Ethanol.
- 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.
- With five laps remaining, Michael Annett and Austin Dillon collided and a multi-car crash erupted in the first turn.
- Austin Dillon was named to drive the 14 at Michigan.
- During the final stage, Danica Patrick spun after contact with Austin Dillon.
- In the opening round of the playoffs, Keselowski won at Richmond after leading 192 of 400 laps, including the final 48 after passing Austin Dillon on fresher tires; the victory also came in his New Hampshire car.
- 2002: Austin Dillon plays for Southwest Forsyth (County) Little League in Clemmons, North Carolina.
- On February 18, 2018, Austin Dillon won the Daytona 500 in the ZL1's debut.
- The most recent driver to have the 600 as his first win was Austin Dillon, who won in 2017.
- Otherwise, the No. 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. 3 truck in the Camping World Truck Series.
- Almirola was leading the 2018 Daytona 500 when on the race's last lap Almirola and eventual race winner Austin Dillon collided, resulting in Almirola crashing into the outside wall and finishing 11th.
- Larson finished 38th after being crashed out by Austin Dillon on lap 163.
- Childress, who holds the rights from NASCAR to the No. 3, placed a moratorium on using it; the number returned for the 2014 season, this time not sponsored by GM Goodwrench (which was rebranded GM Certified Service in 2011), driven by Childress's grandson Austin Dillon.
- Austin Dillon, the pole-sitter for the 500 in February, finished fifth, while Danica Patrick finished eighth despite a slow pitstop under green and after barely escaping the Lap 98 crash and receiving damage in a 16-car pileup on Lap 21.
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