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Topic - Josh Wise
Clint Bowyer, a usual Chase for the Sprint Cup championship participant, had to earn a spot into the $1 million Sprint All-Star Race.
Josh Wise made it to Talladega Superspeedway the new-fashioned way.
Parker Kligerman burst into the Daytona media room, arms outstretched and unleashed a "Woo hoo!"
"Man, that's unreal. I can't believe that," Wise said. "I'm still trying to wrap my head around it. This is huge for me and my team."
"This is kind of a big deal for our sport, I felt like, because it's a lot of young kids and people from around the world," Wise said. "I've had the chance to interact with a lot of them, and there's a lot of people who had never watched a NASCAR race who have now watched several, so it's a pretty cool deal."