Daytona 500 champion Austin Dillon described his big victory as epic during an appearance on FOX Business.
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“Everything is go,” he told Ashley Webster on “Varney & Co” Tuesday.
Dillion’s victory came in the final lap, but he couldn’t take all the credit for his come-from-behind win.
“I won the race, but it’s all about my team,” said Dillon, who drives for Richard Childress Racing.
When asked about piloting the iconic No. 3 Chevrolet driven by Dale Earnhardt, 17 years after his fatal crash, Dillon replied, “It’s a dream that came true.”