NASCAR XFINITY Series - Ollie's Bargain Outlet 200
May 14, 2016 - Dover International Speedway - Dover, DE
This Week's Rheem Chevrolet at Dover International Speedway
Ty Dillon will pilot chassis No. 176 for this weekend's Ollie's Bargain Outlet 200 at Dover International Speedway. This Richard Childress Racing-prepared Chevrolet Camaro last saw track action at Auto Club Speedway earlier this season where Dillon drove to a 17th-place finish.
Dillon at Dover International Speedway
In six career NASCAR XFINITY Series races at the Monster Mile, Dillon has recorded four top-10 finishes. Dover International Speedway is the site of Dillon's first-career XFINITY Series start; he drove the No. 33 South Point Hotel & Casino Chevrolet Camaro to an eighth-place finish on June 2, 2012.
#Dash4Cash win can qualify Dillon for the Chase
Having scored a Dash4Cash victory on April 23 at Richmond International Raceway, Dillon can clinch a berth in the XFINITY Series Chase this weekend with second Dash4Cash victory. In two Dash4Cash races thus far in 2016, Dillon has qualified for both.
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Meet Ty Dillon
Dillon is scheduled to visit the XFINITY Zone located in the fan Midway on Saturday, May 12 beginning at 9:15 a.m. for a question-and-answer session.
You have four top-10 finishes at Dover. What will it take to get inside the top-five and compete for a win?
"I really enjoy racing at Dover mainly because it is always a unique challenge. Higher speeds, higher banking and a concrete surface - it really takes a lot of focus during practice to figure out how to get your race car balanced correctly. Also, we're going back to heat racing this weekend with the Dash4Cash format so that mean's a shorter race length. We'll really have to be aggressive from the start and make no mistakes. I'm sure the fans will enjoy this weekend's race." -Ty Dillon