Matt Kenseth won a thrilling, and very long, Daytona 500. This was a race scheduled to end on Sunday afternoon and ended up concluding on Tuesday morning. Rain on Sunday forced NASCAR to postpone the race until the next day for the first time in the history of the Great American Race. It was rescheduled for noon on Monday, but more rain pushed that back to a prime-time 7 p.
Well, NASCAR certainly knows how to make a prime-time impression. Rain, fire, and Tide laundry detergent all factored into a Daytona 500 that will go down as the most bizarre in NASCAR history. And oh, yeah, Matt Kenseth picked up h... Read Post
The location may have changed, but the name atop the leaderboard certainly hasn't. Joey Logano, who won his first Daytona 500 last Sunday, carried that momentum into Atlanta and took the pole with a speed of 194.683 mph and lap time... Read Post