NASCAR XFINITY Series - AutoLotto 200
July 16, 2016 - New Hampshire Motor Speedway-Loudon, NH
This Week's Rheem/Watts Chevrolet at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Austin Dillon will pilot chassis No. 163 in the AutoLotto 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. In three races so far this season, chassis No. 163 has earned two top-five and three top-10 finishes.
In four previous XFINITY Series starts at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Dillon has earned three top-five finishes and holds an average starting position of 9.2, coupled with an average finishing position of 8.2.
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No. 2 Team by the Numbers
With 16 XFINITY Series events complete in 2016, the No. 2 team has one victory, nine top-five and 14 top-10 finishes with 24 laps led to their credit. Paul Menard returns to the driver's seat of the No. 2 Chevrolet next weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Over the course of a weekend, how much does New Hampshire Motor Speedway change with all the different series that run there?
"A lot of rubber gets laid down there throughout the weekend, rubber that you're not used to running on the K&N cars and the late models. New Hampshire has always been a fun place to race especially if you have a good handling car, you can definitely make up a lot of ground."