It took over two days, but the Daytona 500 finished up in the wee hours of Tuesday morning with Matt Kenseth beating out Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Greg Biffle at the finish line to earn his second title in the "Great American Race".
Kenseth was a part of one of the most bizarre events at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona, FL, as the race's traditional Sunday start was postponed because of rain and pushed to late Monday night. And then, with about 40 laps remaining red flagged when Juan Pablo Montoya slammed into the back of a track air jet dryer during a caution period.
In the end, the race ended after Kenseth outraced Earnhardt Jr. and Biffle after a green-white-checkered restart. Carl Edwards finished in eighth place, Danica Patrick 38th after wrecking early, defending race champion Trevor Baine ended in 35th place and defending Spring Cup champion Tony Stewart finished 16th after being involved in a late-race crash.
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