Ty Dillon1992-02-27 (age 27)
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Ty Dillon stretched his gas and held off Alex Bowman to take the Stage 1 victory at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway.
Ty Dillon held off a wild charge by Clint Bowyer on a two-lap restart to take the Stage 1 victory at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway.
It may not predict how the rest of the season will go, but Ty Dillon is proud of the effort that went into his sixth-place finish in Sunday’s Daytona 500.
It’s been a long, difficult season for NASCAR Cup Series driver Ty Dillon but once again he found some solace in a restrictor-plate race.
Ty Dillon led the way in Friday’s first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway.
Admittedly, Ty Dillon got a little down last season.
Richard Childress Racing on Wednesday announced five different drivers – Austin and Ty Dillon, Shane Lee, Jeb Burton and Brendan Gaughan – will compete in its third full-time NASCAR Xfinity Series entry this season.
Germain Racing has named Matt Borland as the crew chief for the No. 13 team and Ty Dillon.
Robert “Bootie” Barker will part ways with Germain Racing at the end of the year.
GEICO has renewed its sponsorship with Germain Racing and the No. 13 Chevy driven by Ty Dillon.
Ford teams have won all three restrictor-plate races in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series so far this season, but Richard Childress Racing has not been far behind.
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After nearly a month off since its last race, the Camping World NASCAR Truck Series returns to action Saturday at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway.
NASCAR has decided not to issue any penalties to the parties involved in the altercation following last Sunday's Monster Energy Cup race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Richard Childress Racing announced Wednesday it will field eight full-time teams in NASCAR national series competition in 2017, the most for the organization since 2011.
Germain Racing officially announced Ty Dillon will pilot the No. 13 Geico Chevrolet in 2017.
Matt Borland’s crew chief responsibilities with Richard Childress Racing will get a head start this weekend with Ty Dillon at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
When the NASCAR Xfinity tour returns to the Keystone State for the first time since 2004 for this weekend’s Pocono Green 250, expect Ty Dillon to have an advantage over his fellow series regulars.