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When the race finally resumed - some six hours after the Daytona 500 was brought to a water-logged halt - fans that made it to the finish were treated to one of the most intense races in memory.
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone says his series and NASCAR won't be competing for the same motorsport fans in Texas when they hold races 190 miles apart in November.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. is all over the place. No time at all to process the significance of his second Daytona 500 victory.
The top executive at Texas Motor Speedway is frustrated over Formula One's decision to hold the United States Grand Prix at Austin on the same weekend that his track hosts all three of NASCAR's national series.
There was a moment late in the Daytona 500 when Dale Earnhardt Jr. had a chance to catch his breath. It was clearly his race to lose and the tension ran thick through Junior Nation, all the way into his car.
Through rain and wrecks, on Daytona's longest day, this was a drought Dale Earnhardt Jr. was determined to end.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. cruised down pit road, stopping just long enough for Rick Hendrick to climb halfway inside his window for the short lift to Victory Lane.