Dillon wants top 15 finish filling in for Stewart

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Stewart finished in the top five in the race earlier this year at Michigan, so Dillon said he plans to pick Stewart’s brain about how he drove the car, but will leave the setup to the SHS crew.

“I told them to set up the car how you think is fastest,” Dillon said. “I don’t want anything to do with it. I just want to drive it. Tight or loose is all I’m going to give them… They’re expectations are low at this point, so you want to go out there and run all of the laps and have a good finish.”

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