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Drivers competing in the 2014 Daytona 500
Question of the Day
CREW CHIEF: Chad Walter
NOTES: Part-time driver and co-owner of Michael Waltrip Racing. … Two-time Daytona 500 winner who is driving this one for Jay Robinson Racing. … Will start in back of field after crashing hard in qualifying race Thursday night.
No. 34 Ford, Front Row Motorsports
DRIVER: David Ragan
BORN: Dec. 24, 1985
HOMETOWN: Unadilla, Ga.
CREW CHIEF: Jay Guy
SPONSOR: CSX-Play it Safe
NOTES: Third season driving for Front Row Motorsports after getting cut loose by Roush Fenway Racing. Finished 28th in points for the second consecutive season, highlighted by a win at Talladega.
By David Keene
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