NASCAR Daytona: What we learned during The Clash

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NASCAR Daytona: What we learned during The Clash
NASCAR Daytona: What we learned during The Clash

Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email The Clash at Daytona was essentially two races in one, but neither should be confused for a preview of the Daytona 500. The first segment went 25 laps and featured side-by-side action and big runs that looked like a throwback to the late 1990s and early 2000s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series restrictor plate package. However, the final 50 laps went single-file, with drivers seemingly afraid to give up their track position to make a run at Brad Keselowski in the final laps. Ryan Blaney was running third at the white flag and blinked first, dropping out of line but no one went with him. There was a crash on the backstretch and Keselowski largely coasted to the

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