Suited up and gettin’ ready to go do his NASCAR Race Hub news broadcast on Fox, NASCAR driver Austin Dillon gives a guided selfie tour of what barn life looks like for him and his wife. Yes, Dillon lives in an actual barn. And, a nice one, at that!
Dillon starts the tour by walking viewers through his wife’s area, which is white and clean. (And, Dillon emphasizes how much he loves its cleanliness!) He then does a quick stroll through the walk-in closet the couple shares, which he points out is filled with a lot of shoes. (They both love their shoes!) Next, he zooms past the shower and bathroom to the couple’s bedroom, where he says, “All the magic works, I guess.” And then, it’s on to his part of the house—the main barn area—which, of course, is a little more cluttered.
Austin’s Barn Life
After pointing out “Mr. Bobcat” on the wall, Dillon shows viewers his bar—an area where he notes a lot of good times have been had over the years. Parked right beside the bar is his signature gold Camaro—the one he actually did a burnout in the barn with. (And, to prove it, the streaks are still there on the floor right by his dog, Gucci, who happens to be walking by!)
The garage door is one of the coolest features in the barn, and Dillon says means a lot to him because he insists that all of his visitors sign it. (Brad Miller is the really tall guy whose signature is at the top of the door, but, across the door, there are others from friends and family who’ve signed it, too.) And, then he points out the buffalo, deer, and elk heads that adorn the walls, along with the Wolfpack and American flag. “You’ve gotta have it,” Dillon comments. And, of course, there’s more ‘man clutter,’ still.
Then, Dillon moves on to the trophy wall. First, there’s his Barnburners fantasy football trophy. Next to it is his favorite helmet: one of the first he had painted, and that was then signed by Merle Haggard. Oh, and then there’s the Daytona 500 Trophy. “No Big Deal, ” says Dillon. And, then more trophies from Bristol and Daytona . . . Alongside the helmet he wrecked in when he tore down the fence at Daytona.
Dillon points out his pool table (which is actually covered in paintball gear) before walking outside. For the “grillers” who might be watching, Dillon concludes his tour by pointing out the cooking set-up positioned next to his backyard pool (complete with a really cool slide).
Overall, he says, “Nothing too crazy. Just a fun place to live.” And, even though he loves his barn, he and his wife are excited about the house they’ll be building soon. We’re excited to tour that one, too!