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NASCAR Daytona 500
February 23, 2015
Daytona International Speedway
Daytona Beach, Florida
First race: 1959
Distance: 500 miles (804.672 km)
Defending Champion: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
The 2015 Nascar season includes 36 races
starting with the 54th running of the Daytona
500 on Sunday, February 23rd at Daytona
International Speedway. The 2015 season also
marks NASCAR's 64th year of stock car racing.
The Daytona 500 marks the beginning of another year
of great NASCAR action. All of the greatest NASCAR
racers find their way to Daytona Motor Speedway in
Daytona, FL for this great race with hopes to set
the pace for a great winning year, and for the right
to say that they won a big race in Daytona.
Daytona is also the location of NASCAR headquarters.
The track at Daytona Speedway is 2.5 miles long and
is a tri-oval super speedway. The Sprint Cup series
racers will be back for the July Daytona race, the
Pepsi 400. NASCAR Nationwide Series fans can check
out their favorite stock car racers here in February
for the Orbitz 300 and in July for the Winn Dixie
250 presented by PepsiCo. Also in February, the
NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series will host the Chevy
Silverado HD 250.
Since 1959, Daytona International Speedway has
hosted the Daytona 500 NASCAR auto race, now the
culmination of an action-packed, exciting two-week
long festival of speed for NASCAR fans known simply
as Speedweeks. In early July, Daytona Speedway hosts
the night-time running of the Pepsi 400 Nextel Cup
50 cars and drivers are expected to show up in
Daytona to try and qualify for this years “Great
American Race”. Drivers who make the race that do
not have odds to win listed will be part of the
“field” pool of drivers. Field odds are currently
listed at 15/1.
Oddsmakers say the best challenge for
Dale Earnhardt Jr.
would come from Joe Gibbs Racing driver Kyle Busch.
Busch, whose 2008 season collapsed at the start of
the chase, is currently listed at 6/1.
NASCAR top five favorites to win the 52nd Annual
Daytona 500 are seven time Daytona winner
Gordon at 7/1, series champion
Jimmie Johnson at 9/1, while Carl Edwards and Denny
Hamlin are both listed at 12/1 odds to win.
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Odds to Win 2015 Daytona 500
2014 Daytona Winner
Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins at Daytona. The race was stopped in the 38th lap and didn't resume for more than six hours. Wrecks on laps 145, 162 and 183 caused a number of contenders to be sent to the garage.
2013 Daytona Winner
Jimmie Johnson wins Daytona 500 at Daytona Beach Florida. Danica Patrick, the first woman to win the pole position at the Daytona 500, led three times, including five laps under green — also becoming the first woman to lead a lap at the race not under a yellow flag caution. She finished eighth, the highest finish ever for a female driver at the race.
2012 Daytona Winner
Matt Kenseth took home the checkered flag at the 2012 Daytona 500, after a day and a half of rain and a fiery explosion that caused a two-hour delay. Earnhardt settled for second, his losing streak moved to 130 races, and Biffle wound up third and forced to defend his final strategy.
2011 Daytona Winner
Trevor Bayne, a 20-year-old without a full-time Sprint Cup Series ride, became the youngest ever driver to win the Daytona 500 with some gutty defense on the final laps.
After a crash-filled race, the final 15 laps were relatively clean, with 10 to 12 cars up front jockeying for position in two-car drafting pairs.
In the resulting first attempt at a green-white-checkered finish, David Ragan led, with Trevor Bayne second, but Ragan was black flagged for changing lanes before the white flag. And then a solo push by Tony Stewart helped set off a chain of events that sent Robby Gordon to the apron and produced a wreck that collected Ryan Newman, Earnhardt Jr., and Martin Truex Jr. — that was the day's 16th caution.
2010 Daytona Winner
Jamie McMurray had passed the leader Kevin Harvick down the backstretch to take the lead on an overtime restart after Nascar extended the 200-lap race eight laps to ensure a green-flag finish.
McMurray had passed the leader Kevin Harvick down the backstretch to take the lead on an overtime restart after Nascar extended the 200-lap race eight laps to ensure a green-flag finish.
The victory will be the highlight of McMurray’s season, perhaps the highlight of his career, but the 2010 Daytona 500 will also be remembered as a lowlight for Nascar.
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