Daytona International Speedway

Joey Logano Goes From Spinning to Winning the Subway Jalapeno 250 at Daytona

Joey Logano finally found victory lane in a restrictor plate race after being the man who pushed the eventual winners the last few plate races.

Joey Logano Wins The Subway Jalapeno 250 at Daytona After Spinning Out

After spinning on lap 26, Joey Logano came back to through the field with a mass of different partners and hooked up with teammate Kyle Busch at the end to win the race.

Mark Martin Scores 50th Career Pole With Coke Zero 400 at Daytona

At the end of qualifying for the Coke Zero 400, it was 52-year old Mark Martin scoring his 50th career pole as he put the No. 5 on the pole.

Matty’s Picks Vol. 8 – Daytona – COKE ZERO 400 Powered By Coca-Cola – July 2, 2011

It’s time to head back to “The World’s Most Famous Beach”!! We head back to the birthplace of stock car racing this weekend.

J. J. Yeley Has One Word for Daytona: Impressive

J. J. Yeley will be back on track this July 4th weekend for the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway.

Michael Annett: From Brake Pedal to Full Throttle for Rusty Wallace Racing

Michael Annett, driver of the No. 62 Pilot Flying J Toyota for Rusty Wallace Racing, is moving from stepping hard on his brake pedal at the Nationwide road course race last weekend to the upcoming full throttle action of Daytona.

Kevin Harvick Incorporated Goes All-In For Nationwide Series Race at Daytona

With the idea of the two-car dance coming into play at the restrictor plate track, it's no surprise that some teams are putting their forces together to make sure that they've got it set up.

Brian Vickers Hopes Exhilaration of Daytona Skydive Carries Over to Pocono Win

Brian Vickers, driver of the No. 83 Red Bull Toyota, is still flying high after skydiving into Daytona International Speedway.

NASCAR’s David Ragan and IZOD IndyCar series JR Hildebrand Have One Thing In Common

When ABC television’s Wide World of Sports first coined the phrase, “The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat,” some 40 years ago.

NASCAR’s Ratings Continue To Rise Despite An Unpredictable Economy

We are three races into the 2011 season, and already NASCAR is seeing a trend which hasn’t been witnessed since the series went to National television in 2001.

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