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Dale Earnhardt Daytona 500 Victory

Arguably the most talented driver in the history of NASCAR Cup Series racing, Dale Earnhardt won his seventh series championship in 1994. He is the only driver in NASCAR's history to win the rookie of the year award (1979) and the series championship (1980) in successive seasons. Earnhardt's hard-driving style earned him 76 series wins, $41,538,362 in career winnings and 25,706 laps led. He is the all-time race winner at Daytona International Speedway, with 29 wins in three different divisions. His emotional 1998 victory in the Daytona 500 came after years of late-race heartbreaks that kept him out of Victory Lane in the season-opening race. Earnhardt is a five-time winner of the National Motorsports Press Association's Driver of the Year award (1980, '87, '90, '94, '86 -- co-winner with Tim Richmond). He is also a two time winner of the American Driver of the Year award (1987, '94). Dale Earnhardt tragically died in a last-lap wreck in the 2001 Daytona 500.


 


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Nationwide Series Daytona 2009
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — It took Tony Stewart just five hours to go from brooding over his battered Daytona 500 car to celebrating a victory in the season-opening NASCAR Nationwide Series race. The two-time Cup champion held off a last-lap challenge from Kyle Busch to win the Nationwide race Saturday at Daytona International Speedway. "After this morning, it's great," said Stewart, who lost his Daytona 500 car and that of teammate Ryan Newman to wrecks during morning practice. "This is a good way to rebound." Stewart passed 23 cars in 11 laps to get back into contention after pitting with 30 laps to go in the 120-lap Camping World 300, then hung onto the lead as Busch, Carl Edwards and Clint Bowyer fought for position. It was Stewart's fourth Daytona victory. He also won the second-tier series' season opener last year in another late-race battle with Busch. Stewart gave up the third spot to pit during a caution on lap 91, falling far off the pace for the restart on lap 94. Driving a Chevrolet for longtime friend Rick Hendrick, he charged to the front, several times passing cars while sandwiched in the middle of three-wide battles.





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2009 Camping World Truck Series Daytona
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Todd Bodine held off Kyle Busch to win the opening NASCAR truck race of the season at Daytona International Speedway on Friday. Bodine became the first repeat winner in the event's 10-year history, fending off a pair of last-lap moves by Busch to take the 250-mile race by a few lengths. The victory was the fourth straight win by Bodine's No. 30 Toyota in a restrictor-plate race. Busch, who won three truck races while running a part-time schedule last year, tried to dip below Bodine on the final lap but couldn't find any room to squeeze past. Defending series champion Johnny Benson finished 26th after getting caught in a nine-truck pileup about halfway through. Ron Hornaday, a close second to Benson in the points race last year, was fifth. Bodine came to Daytona hoping a good showing would help his financially strapped team. He celebrated afterward by shouting to his team: "we're going to California" for the series' next event on Feb. 21. The race looked familiar to Busch, who tried — and failed — to slip past Bodine on the final lap in the same race a year ago. "I guess I'm just an idiot on those last-lap passes," Busch said. "I just can't seem to time it right."





Dale Earnhardt Junior win at Daytona in Number 3
Dale Earnhardt Junior won at Daytona in the Number 3 car! That is NOT news -- But... what the Announcer says at 47 seconds in this clip IS NEWS !!! ---------------------------- On your side review of Dale Junior's 210 Season so far -- 2010 On Saturday, February 6, 2010, Earnhardt, Jr. qualified second overall for the 52nd 2010 Daytona 500 after losing the pole position to teammate Mark Martin. He started 1st in the Gatorade Duel #2 on Thursday, February 11, 2010. He finished 11th in the 2010 Budweiser Shootout after struggling with an ill-handling car for most of the race. On February 13, 2010 while running in the front of the pack at the Daytona Nationwide Series race, Earnhardt, Jr. was caught up in a multi-car wreck, causing his car to flip upside down on the backstretch. He walked away from the wreck uninjured. His driver Danica Patrick was caught up in another wreck before Earnhardt flipped. With 2 laps to go in the Daytona 500 the following day, Earnhardt, Jr. was able to go from 10th to 2nd in 1 lap but could not pass winner Jamie McMurray, and finished in second place. He was unable to follow up on this strong performance the following week in California when a broken axle left him with a 32nd-place finish, 12 laps down. The next weekend in Las Vegas he qualified 4th for the Shelby American, however after falling a lap down late in the race he could only settle for a 16th place finish. Following another poor finish at Atlanta settling for a 15th place finish. The next weekend at Bristol Dale Jr. started 18th. He slowly made his way up the pace to 5th. Then a speeding penalty on pit road sent him to the tail end of the longest line. He charged his way up the pack to settle for a 7th place finish. He later qualified 8th at Martinsville after qualifying was rained out. After facing some handling problems, he ended up with a 15th place finish. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. qualified 5th for the Subway Fresh Fit 600. Early in the race, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. had a splitter brace issue, that sent him to mid-pack. He later finished 12th. After qualifying 9th in the Samsung Mobile 500, Dale Jr. had a strong car for most of the race, and led 46 laps. However, the 88 slipped back from 3rd to finish 8th on the last restart, after facing a handling issue, and later moved up to 7th in the Sprint Cup points standings. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. was determined to get a good finish at Talladega, and started 7th due to severe weather. Dale Jr. made his presence known by running up front in the early stages of the race, even leading 8 laps. Due to multiple green/white/checker attempts, Dale Jr. slipped back on the final restart and finished 13th. Following this, Earnhardt, Jr. qualified 25th for the Heath Calhoun 400 at Richmond. During the race, Earnhardt, Jr. cut a tire after contact with Paul Menard and Bobby Labonte. Earnhardt never recovered and finished 32nd three laps down, and fell to 13th in the Sprint Cup standings. Dale Jr. didn't have high hopes at Darlington the next week, stating that it would one day cause him to quit racing in NASCAR. Dale Jr. qualified 19th, and although running as high as 5th, Earnhardt, Jr. faced an ill-handling condition, causing him to finish 18th, but move back up into the top 12 in points. On Friday 3-5-10, Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the pole for the Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta Motorspeedway and now holds the record for fastest recorded qualifying time of 28.76 in a Car of Tomorrow at 192.8 mph (310.3 km/h). On Sunday, 3-7-10, he ended up with a 15th place finish after tire issues and other mishaps. On July 2nd, 2010, Dale raced the #3 blue and yellow Wrangler Chevrolet (painted to pay tribute to his father and fans) and drove it to victory lane in the Nationwide Series Subway Jalepeño 250 at Daytona. The next day on July 3rd in the Coke Zero 400 Dale finished in 4th place, improving his position in the point standings from 13th to 11th.





2009 Daytona 500
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Feb. 15, 2009) - Matt Kenseth powered his No. 17 DEWALT Ford to the front of the pack just in time to win the rain-shortened 51st annual Daytona 500-the first-ever Daytona 500 win for Roush Fenway Racing. Kenseth, who pushed Kevin Harvick to his win in 2007, had the favor returned as Harvick nudged him past then-leader Elliott Sadler on Lap 146. Caution came out on the next lap for an accident on the backstretch and continued until the 200-lap race was halted for rain on Lap 152. Shortly thereafter, the race was called, and Kenseth was awarded the coveted Harley J. Earl trophy. Harvick took second place, followed by A.J. Allmendinger, Clint Bowyer and Sadler. "It's going to be really wet out here because I'm crying like a baby," an emotional Kenseth said. "If anybody's leading the Daytona 500 and tells you they want it to restart, they're lying to you. "Just to win a race after our [winless] year last year. I didn't know if I was ever going to [win] again and then to pull off the Daytona 500-it's just unbelievable. I'm just unbelievably thankful and humbled right now for all the opportunities I've had."





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