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Topic - Chris Evans
Five things to know about what's going on at Daytona International Speedway before Sunday's season-opening Daytona 500:
Daytona has called on Captain America to kick off "The Great American Race."
"The Avengers" are returning for a superhero sequel three years from now.
Chris Evans could feel the power of "The Avengers" from the moment he stepped on set.
Amid throngs of fans, uniformed soldiers and dancing girls, "Captain America" star Chris Evans introduced the latest Marvel film to a Comic-Con crowd Thursday, a day ahead of its nationwide opening.
Comic book fans no longer have to imagine what it might be like to see all their favorite superheroes in one place.
Evans attended one previous NASCAR race and said he was wowed by how pit crews operate.
"It's all things that are relatively foreign to me," he said. "To see how much goes into it, there's just an enormous amount of respect."