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Why Austin Dillon Should Put His Rough 2014 Daytona 500 in the Past

Austin Dillon didn't exactly have the dream day he wanted in last Sunday's season-opening Daytona 500. Sure, he sat on the pole and brought back the legendary No. 3 to Sprint Cup competition, but Dillon didn't have nearly as good a finish at the end of the race as he did at its start. Dillon was involved in at least two big wrecks, yet still seemed to muster on and finished a respectable ninth. It wasn't the win he wanted, but it certainly was a lot better finish than numerous drivers who have a greater deal more experience in NASCAR's marquee series. How Dillon finished ninth after being part of two wrecks, including one that he helped cause, is beyond me. But give Dillon credit for salvaging a decent finish in an otherwise trying day. Now...

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