Austin Dillon expects Sunday’s restarts at Road America to be “aggressive and ferocious” as he is “just looking forward to the challenge”.

Austin Dillon
Austin Dillon

This Sunday, NASCAR will compete in the 4-mile race street america event known as the Kwik Trip 250 presented by JOCKEY Made in America. The competition for the few remaining playoff spots among the winless drivers who have the vehicle and the ability to win races has already begun, making this event one of the most important races ahead of the 2022 playoffs. On USA Day independencespectators will no doubt expect fireworks along the route.

Austin Dillon who drives them #3 Richard Childress Racing Chevy Camaro ZL1 is among those drivers who have the resources at their disposal to reach the playoffs and secure race wins as now he can no longer fight for the playoffs by being winless when miracles can no longer happen. Ahead of the upcoming Road America race, that thought is sure to bug the 32-year-old, and now he’s offered his thoughts on the Road America debut of the next-generation cars.

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Find out what Austin Dillon said

Austin Dillon
Austin Dillon

Austin Dillon has acknowledged that the Road America race is one of those circuits that requires drivers to set an average lap in order to set a good lap when everyone is cornering and giving drivers the opportunity to oversteer. He went on to say that the corners could either be beneficial for gaining place or at the same time pose a risk of losing position, adding that the track is demanding of the drivers as it is more than just racing.

It’s one of those places where you have to do an average lap to get a good lap because there are so many ways to oversteer certain corners. You can lose big in one corner and win big in another. You just have to put everything together. This type of race involves a bit of racing on the track‘ Austin Dillon said.

Austin Dillon went on to say that the restart will be aggressive and wild as people will be walking all the way and shared his expectation of some attrition in the race in the wreckage areas. He shares his excitement about how the run-off areas and grass will impact the race and looks forward to a challenging race in a challenging location.

The reboots become aggressive and wild. People will go anywhere. I expect some wear and tear in the race because there are some areas where you can break things. drains, grassy areas. It will be interesting to see how it develops. I’m just looking forward to the challenge. It’s a challenging place.” Added Austin Dillon.

Austin Dillon continued to discuss his racing form on the street circuits, saying he’s gotten better on these circuits since his first starts. He continued that he feels more comfortable on the tracks after working in tests, races in different series and in the simulator. Austin Dillon said although they’ve been good on the street courses there’s always room for development, adding that he’s pumped for the challenge.

I’m definitely better than where I started. I’ve had some consistent degrees this year and last year. I’m more comfortable and that’s because we’ve put the work into my testing, raced in other series and used the simulator. We’ve been solid on the street circuit but there’s always room for improvement and I’m looking forward to the challengesays Austin Dillon.

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