Daytona 500 (2017)
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Tony Raines didn’t know what to expect when he was offered the spotter’s job for Kurt Busch at the end of last season.
Chase Elliott’s disappointment from last Sunday’s Daytona 500 was in large part because of a missed opportunity being “that guy” in the race.
The Daytona 500 was the first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup race and also the first with the newly introduced concept of stage-racing in NASCAR.
Mitch Covington was ecstatic with Monster Energy’s debut during Daytona Speedweeks.
After winning the Daytona 500, Kurt Busch made one phone call — to his parents.
Tony Gibson’s journey to his first Daytona 500 victory as a crew chief has been a long one, and the past couple of years have been some of the most difficult.
Gene Haas hired Kurt Busch to carry the Haas Automation colors, and he's never second-guessed his decision.
Kyle Larson, Martin Truex Jr. and Chase Elliott all shared a turn at the lead in the final three laps of Sunday’s Daytona 500 and all met the same fate.
AJ Allmendinger equaled his career-best result in the Daytona 500 on Sunday, finishing third as several cars ran out of fuel around him.
Ryan Blaney started the Daytona 500 from the rear of the field but he didn’t stay there long.
For once, Kurt Busch wasn’t just the bridesmaid in the Daytona 500.
It wasn’t the ending Dale Earnhardt Jr. wanted but in many ways he felt Sunday’s Daytona 500 was a new beginning.
Two laps into the final segment of the Daytona 500, a multi-car wreck occurred between Turns 3 and 4 after Jamie McMurray bumped Jimmie Johnson out of line and Trevor Bayne came up and clipped the No. 48 Chevy.
There was racing, wrecking and a red-flag in Stage 2 of the Daytona 500.
After nine days at Daytona International Speedway, a dominant team has yet to emerge.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. led a Ford parade atop the final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice session in preparation for Sunday’s Daytona 500.
Friday’s second Monster Energy Cup Series practice featured drafting practice and single-car runs as drivers shook down their cars in preparation of the Daytona 500.
David Ragan had only been gone from Front Row Motorsports for about two years, but when he returned in the offseason, he found a much different – and better – organization.