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Topic - Terry Labonte
Five things to know about what's going on at Daytona International Speedway in advance of Sunday's season-opening Daytona 500:
Bill Elliott and Terry Labonte, a pair of Cup champions, are among the first-year eligible nominees for the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Don't look for defending Daytona 500 winner Jimmie Johnson to take many chances in Thursday's qualifying race.
Rick Hendrick remembers the stress-filled days in 2001 when he was trying to launch a new team with an unproven driver.
NASCAR announced sweeping changes to the Hall of Fame election process Thursday, including tweaks that make Bill Elliott and Mark Martin immediately eligible for enshrinement.
Matt Kenseth starts No. 500 all alone at No. 1.
NASCAR Nationwide Series races can be treacherous, with large, fast cars competing for tight space in the corners.
There's been a "For Sale" sign outside of Phoenix Racing for some time now and there seems to be several interested buyers.
Quiet most of Speedweeks, Dale Earnhardt Jr. made a little noise Saturday.
No. 32 Ford, FAS Lane Racing
Carl Edwards fell bitterly short in last season's bid to win the NASCAR championship. He's starting 2012 out front.
Carl Edwards fell bitterly short in last season's bid to win the NASCAR championship.
Family was the prevailing theme as NASCAR inducted its third, and most diverse, class into the Hall of Fame.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. still has his sense of humor, even after spending part of the past week talking about the 10-year anniversary of his father's death at Daytona.
"I told (my owner) this is my last 500, and I thought it would (stink) not to make the race," Labonte said. "Thank goodness we did. Unfortunately some other guys had problems. It's the first time I've ever had to go through that."
Labonte, who insists his 32nd "Great American Race" will be his last, was running 17th with about three laps to go in a qualifying race Thursday night and looked like he would miss the 500 for the first time since 2010.