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  1. Denny Hamlin did it again at Daytona and won NASCAR's biggest race of the year for the second time View the full article
  2. After their impressive finishes at the 2019 Daytona 500, Joey Logano, Kyle Busch and Erik Jones break down what happened, Denny Hamlin's win, the late J.D. Gibbs, the end of the restrictor plate era, whether this was Busch's best shot to win the Daytona 500, the battle of the manufacturers, and much more. View the full article
  3. There might have been some curious thoughts and questions to why JTG Daugherty Racing selected Preece to drive one its Cup Series cars this season, but the rookie proved he belonged Sunday afternoon at Daytona International Speedway. Preece lined up in the top five on the final restart and helped push Joey Logano into the top three before falling back on the final lap in overtime to finish ...Keep reading View the full article
  4. Busch had never finished higher than third in NASCAR's biggest race entering Sunday, but found himself out front for a two-lap shootout at the close of this year's Daytona 500. He and teammate Denny Hamlin worked together on several restarts to ensure the two drivers got lined up on the bottom, saying, "Here at restrictor plates, when you have guys like that up front, you try to work together ...Keep reading View the full article
  5. Kyle Busch felt like an amiable teammate and was willing to do whatever it took to get Joe Gibbs Racing to victory lane at the Daytona 500 View the full article
  6. Ross Chastain and Ryan Preece were part of a bumper crop of Daytona 500 rookies View the full article
  7. It was a wild day at Daytona. Relive all of the crashes from the 2019 running of the Great American Race, from RIcky Stenhouse's early move that cost Bubba Wallace, among others, to William Byron's ability to make it through two big, late crashes before a third took him out -- and, of course, The Big One that cost 21 drivers a chance at crossing the finish line. View the full article
  8. As Sunday’s Daytona 500 headed into overtime, Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch were working together to remain out front. Logano, who had one of fastest cars in Sunday’s race, was looking for a push in an attempt to run down the duo. He looked to fellow Ford driver Michael McDowell, but McDowell instead elected to go work with Busch. Hamlin ended up with the ...Keep reading View the full article
  9. In Sunday’s season-opening Daytona 500, DiBenedetto led a race-high 49 laps but was collected in a multi-car incident with 10 laps to go in regulation, bringing an abrupt end to one of the best races in his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career. “This was the most amazing and most heartbreaking day all in the same day,” DiBenedetto said. “Unbelievable how fast my car was. It’s ...Keep reading View the full article
  10. Denny Hamlin held his nerve through a messy final part of the Daytona 500 to win the NASCAR Cup Series' premier event for the second time View the full article
  11. In overtime, Hamlin – with J.D. Gibbs’ name on Hamlin’s No. 11 Toyota - feverishly held off his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate, Kyle Busch, in overtime to win the 61st running of the Daytona 500. The win is Hamlin’s second in the 500 but also ends his 47-race winless streak in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series dating back to September 2017. Erik Jones finished third, Joey Logano was ...Keep reading View the full article
  12. You knew it was coming eventually. The Big One struck late at the 2019 Daytona 500, taking out 21 cars in a shower of sparks and carnage after a mistake by Paul Menard. Everyone walked away okay. View the full article
  13. On lap 159 of the Daytona 500, Cody Ware runs into Ryan Newman as he's heading into pit row and causes a big pile up. Check out the video of the crash. View the full article
  14. Aric Almirola ended up third, Brad Keselowski fourth and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. completed the top-five. Also collecting stage points were Matt DiBenedetto, Kevin Harvick, Daniel Suarez, Jimmie Johnson and Joey Logano. Following the break between stages 1 and 2, many cars elected to pit with Logano moving up to the lead when the race returned to green on Lap 66. Jamie McMurray, Darrell ...Keep reading View the full article
  15. Busch had to make several blocks on the final of the 60 laps to remain out front but was able to pick up his first stage win of the 2019 season. Bowman was second, Joey Logano third, Daniel Suarex was fourth and Ryan Blaney ended up fifth. Also collecting stage points were Denny Hamlin, Chase Elliott, Kyle Larson, Kevin Harvick and Erik Jones. William Byron, the pole-winner, led the first ...Keep reading View the full article
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