Rain, blown up jet dryers and a melee of crashes can't keep Mat Kenseth out of victory lane.
After being postponed for over twenty-four hours the NASCAR finally dropped the green flag to start the 'Great American Race' at about 7:00 pm EST on Monday evening. The Daytona 500 would finish about six hours later.
The reason for a nearly two hour delay in the racing activity on the track? An unfortunate accident involving the #42 Chevy driven by Juan Montoya and a NASCAR operated Jet Dryer.
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