Austin Dillon ready to fly again this weekend in Kentucky
Austin Dillon's protective HANS device feels like his Superman cape.
While America watched in horror as his stock car went tumbling up and down Daytona International Speedway, Dillon had a quick thought: "Hold on! hold on!" Seconds later, it was over.
And he was good with it.
"I try and put it in the back of my head, forget about it and move on," Dillon said Tuesday of the last-lap crash in the Sunday late-night Coke Zero 400 that instantly became must-see TV. "You have to be able to move on and trust in the safety equipment. Like I said, 'If I can take a lick like... read more