It’s been a rough week for Austin Dillon.
Just days after
losing both championship points and cash after the rear end of his winning Chevrolet
was found to be too low at Kentucky Speedway, Dillon was stripped of the pole
position for tonight’s NASCAR Nationwide Series Subway Jalapeno 250 at Daytona
said an illegal, open vent hose was found leading to the cockpit of Dillon’s
car after qualifying. The hose raises safety concerns, due to its ability to
conduct debris into the driver’s compartment, and did not provide any competitive
Dillon will forfeit the number-one starting
spot in tonight’s race to fellow championship contender Ricky Stenhouse Jr.