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Ty Dillon is Ready For A Win at Michigan

Ty Dillon is Ready For A Win at Michigan

Ty Dillon is Ready For A Win at Michigan

NASCAR XFINITY Series - Menards 250
June 11, 2016 - Michigan International Speedway - Brooklyn, MI.

This Week's Rheem Chevrolet at Michigan International Speedway
Ty Dillon will pilot chassis No. 168 for this weekend's Menards 250. This Richard Childress Racing-prepared Chevrolet Camaro last saw track action at Bristol Motor Speedway earlier this season, where Dillon finished seventh. Chassis No. 168 has three starts, including two top-10 finishes and one top-five finish.

Dillon at Michigan International Speedway
Dillon will be making his 91st career NASCAR XFINITY Series start this weekend at the two-mile speedway. In two XFINITY Series starts, Dillon has one top-10 finish. Dillon also has one start in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at MIS to his credit; he finished 14th in a rain-shortened race last June in the No. 33 Nexium® 24HR Chevrolet SS. Dillon won the 2011 ARCA Racing Series event at MIS in the No. 41 Chevrolet.

No. 3 team season-to-date
Last weekend's rain-shortened race at Pocono Raceway resulted in a podium finish for the No. 3 team - his fourth top-five finish of the 2016 season. The third-place finish moved Dillon into third in the XFINITY Series driver point standings with 20 races remaining.

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For the second week in a row, you're racing at a track that is greater than two miles. What is your approach?

"I think anytime you go to a track, like Michigan, our team is automatically at an advantage because of the significant power that we bring with our ECR Engines. We thrive at these types of tracks and all you need to do is look at our performance the past few years. Nick (Harrison, crew chief) won this race two years ago with Paul (Menard). As a driver, I feel very comfortable going into this race weekend. I enjoy racing at Michigan because it's fast and can be technically difficult at times. I had a chance to win in the ARCA Series there a few years ago and have had a lot of experience in other series; I finished 14th last season in the Cup car and have a few top-10 finishes in the (Camping World) Truck Series. We should compete for a win this weekend." -Ty Dillon

NASCAR XFINITY Series Results for Ty Dillon in the 2016 Season

  • Starts: 12
  • Wins: 0
  • Poles: 1
  • Top 5: 4
  • Top 10: 8
  • Average Start: 5.8
  • Average Finish: 8.75