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TEAM DILLON RACING DRIVERS > TY DILLON
Driver: Ty Dillon
Hometown: Welcome, North Carolina
DOB: February 27th, 1992
Years Racing: 10
Car Number: 41
Chassis: Warrior (Super Late Model)
Mark Bush Racing Bandit (Modified)
Engine: Earnhardt-Childress Racing Engine
Career Highlights
2014 Season
- Competed in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, finished 5th in final point standings and 2nd in Rookie of the Year points.  Earned 3 poles, had 1 win at Indianapolis, 7 top 5 and 24 top 10 finishes.  Made his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut in Atlanta 8/31. Ty run 8 dirt races (6 Modified and 2 Late Model) earning 4 wins including the Gator Champioship and the DIRTcar Nationals Points Champion.

2013 Season
- Competed in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, earning 2 wins (Kentucky and Texas) finished 2nd in points and was honored with Most Popular Driver in the NCWTS.  Ty Dillon competed in 9 NASCAR Nationwide Series event earning 1 top 5 and 4 top 10s.  Dillon also competed in 9 dirt races (4 SLM and 5 Modified) earning 1 win at the DIRTCar Nationals.

2012 Season
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Competed in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, where he won the Rookie of the Year title and finished fourth in the overall standings. He also claimed a victory.  Won the UMP DIRTcar Nationals Modified points Championship at Volusia Speedway Park (FL).  Finished 9th at Eldora Speedway’s Prelude to the Dream debut.

2011 Season
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Won the ARCA Racing Series Championship while competing as a rookie, with 7 wins, 7 poles, 13 top-five and 16 top-ten finishes.  Won the DIRTcar UMP Modified Gator Championship at Volusia Speedway Park (FL).

2010 Season
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Ran a limited schedule in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, earning his first career win in the series at Gresham Motorsports Park in August.  Won the pole and finished 2nd in his ARCA debut at Iowa in July 2010, running a limited schedule of 3 ARCA races, winning his 2nd career start and his first stock car start on a speedway, at Kansas; and, as a high school senior, won the season finale at Rockingham.

2009 Season
- First year of racing Asphalt Late Models and posted 9 out of 12 top ten finishes.  He made his first K&N Pro Series East start at South Boston (VA) Speedway in May 2009, earning 2 top 10 finishes in 3 starts that season.

2008 Season
- Won the All-Star Shootout at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

2007 Season
- Registered 9 wins and 10 runner-up finishes.  Won Atlanta Motor Speedway Semi-Pro Legends

2006 Season
- Began racing, earning 2 Bandolero and Legends Chargers wins in his first year

Career Stats with Team Dillon Racing
2014 Season
Open Wheel Modified

Six Starts (4 Wins, 5 Top Five Finishes, 5 Top Ten Finishes)

Super Late Model

Two Starts

NASCAR Nationwide Series
Finished 5th in Championship point standings and 2nd in Rookie of the Year points.
Earned 3 pole awards, 1 win at Indianapolis, 7 top five finishes and 24 top ten finishes.
Made NASCAR Spring Cup Series debut at Atlanta Motor Speedway on August 31st

2013 Season
Open Wheel Modified

Five Starts (1 Win, 1 Top Five Finishes, 3 Top Ten Finishes)

Super Late Model

Four Starts (2 Top Ten Finishes)

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS)
Finished 2nd in Championship point standings.
Earned 2 wins (Kentucky and Texas)
Voted Most Popular Driver in NCWTS
Competed in 9 NASCAR Nationwide Series events, earning 1 top five and four top ten finishes.

2012 Season
Open Wheel Modified

Eight Starts (1 Win, 5 Top Five Finishes, 8 Top Ten Finishes)

Super Late Model

Thirteen Starts (1 Top Five Finish, 6 Top Ten Finishes)

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS)
2012 NASCAR Camping World Truck Rookie of the Year
Finished 4th in NCWTS points
Twenty-two NCWTS races (1 win, 7 Top Five Finishes, 17 Top Ten Finishes)
Three poles
Three NASCAR Nationwide Series starts (1 Top Five Finish, 3 Top Ten Finishes)

Team Dillon Racing 2012 Dirt Season Summary (Austin, Ty & Dale)
85 Total Dirt Races in 13 Different States
Ten Wins, 34 Top Five Finishes, and 45 Top Ten Finishes

2011 Season
Open Wheel Modified

Seven Starts (2 Wins, 4 Top Five Finishes, 4 Top Ten Finishes)

Super Late Model

Fourteen Starts (6 Top Five Finishes, 9 Top Ten Finishes)

2010 Season
Open Wheel Modified

Four Starts (1 Top Ten Finish)

Super Late Model
Four Starts (2 Top Ten Finishes)

Crate Late Model
One Start (Finished 14th)

Asphalt Late Model
Eleven Starts (4 Top Five Finishes, 9 Top Ten Finishes)

2009 Season
Open Wheel Modified

Seven Starts (3 Top Five Finishes, 3 Top Ten Finishes)

Super Late Model

One Start (1 Top Five Finish, 1 Top Ten Finish)

Crate Late Model
One Start (Finished 13th)

Asphalt Late Model
Twelve Starts (4 Top Five Finishes, 9 Top Ten Finishes)

2008 Season
Open Wheel Modified

Seven Starts (DNQ For a Feature)

Crate Late Models
Sixteen Starts (9 Wins, 13 Top Five Finishes, 16 Top Ten Finishes)