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Front Row Motorsports (FRM) today announced a new season-long partnership with Tunity, a revolutionary mobile app, which allows race fans to hear live audio from muted televisions directly on their mobile device; and Surface Sunscreen, which provides high quality suncare products to the athletes and fans of action sports.

Both companies will serve as co-primary sponsors for Matt Tifft and the No. 36 Ford Mustang team during select races throughout the 2019 season.

New York City-based Tunity is the first application of its kind, identifying a live video stream on a muted TV, and syncing the audio with exact timing on the user's mobile device. They have made it easier than ever for fans to listen in and keep up with the race while in bars, restaurants or gyms.

"We are thrilled to support Front Row Motorsports and Matt Tifft as he competes at the highest level of racing," said Yaniv Davidson, founder and CEO of Tunity. "Matt has proven his success on and off the track time and again and we couldn't be more excited to see his perseverance pay off in 2019. We are excited to play our part and help fans keep up with the race whether they're traveling, out to dinner or working out."

Located in Southern California, Surface Sunscreen helps fans of the outdoors to enjoy their favorite activities without worrying about the sun's damaging effects. From sunscreen to lip balm, they offer a variety of purpose-built products designed with athletes and action sports in mind.

"We can't think of a better partnership," said Guy Trotter of Surface Sunscreen. "We are committed to providing high-quality suncare products for fans and participants who spend their days outside at the track. Aligning with Matt helps us carry our message to a broader NASCAR-focused audience."

Tifft makes his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut in 2019 with Front Row Motorsports this Sunday in the Daytona 500. Previously, he competed in the NASCAR Xfinity Series where he earned nine top-five finishes, 38 top-10 finishes and two poles.

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SHR Finish:        

Kevin Harvick (Started 8th, Finished 1st/ Running, completed 60 of 60 laps in Duel No. 1)

● Daniel Suárez (Started 11th, Finished 11th / Running, completed 60 of 60 laps in Duel No. 1)

● Clint Bowyer (Started 4th, Finished 2nd / Running, completed 60 of 60 laps in Duel No. 2)

● Aric Almirola (Started 9th, Finished 3rd / Running, completed 60 of 60 laps in Duel No. 2)

 

Notes:                   

● Kevin Harvick started eighth in Duel No. 1 and was fourth by lap 12.

● The Busch Beer Car2Can Ford Mustang pitted for fuel only on lap 13.

● On lap 16 Harvick moved to first place, and he maintained the lead for the final 44 laps.

● This was Harvick’s second career win in the Gander Outdoors Duels. His first win came in 2013.

● Harvick earned the first win for Ford’s Mustang in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.

● Harvick scored 10 regular-season points.

● Harvick will start third in the Daytona 500. He won the 2007 Daytona 500.

● Drivers earning odd-numbered positions from Sunday’s pole qualifying session were assigned to the first Duel race. Drivers earning even-numbered positions from pole qualifying competed in the second Duel race. The starting positions for each Duel race were based on qualifying times.

 

Kevin Harvick, Driver of the No. 4 Busch Beer Car2Can Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing:

“It handled good when we were behind cars. Last week taught us that we needed to have track position. They did a good job on pit road and got on and off pit road, and then we had a couple Ford Mustangs behind us, as well. Ricky (Stenhouse Jr.) and Paul (Menard) worked with us, and we were able to keep the track position, and our cars were fast enough together to keep everyone else back there. I am really proud of everybody on our Busch Beer Ford Mustang. It is a great way to get Mustang into victory lane. I gotta thank everybody from Busch and the great promotion with Car2Can with 40 cool cans that are made of my old cars. It is cool to see those in victory lane.”

 

Next Up:

The 61st Daytona 500 gets underway at 2:30 p.m. EST on Sunday, Feb. 17, with live coverage provided by FOX beginning with its prerace show at 1 p.m.

 

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Parker Kligerman didn’t earn a chance to hoist a trophy in Daytona International Speedway Victory Lane in Thursday night’s Gander RV Duel at Daytona, but he celebrated a 12th-place finish as if it was a win nonetheless.

For all intents and purposes, it was.

Kligerman’s No. 96 Gaunt Brothers Racing Toyota Camry was best among those having to race their way to a transfer spot in the opening Duel qualifying race and earned a starting position into Sunday’s Daytona 500 (2:30 p.m. ET on FOX, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio).

Brendan Gaughan finished 15th in the second Duel to earn the other starting spot still up for grabs on the Daytona 500 grid. Ryan Truex, who finished 14th in the first Duel and Joey Gase, who finished 20th in the second, did not qualify for this year’s 40-car 500 field.

Immediately after his race Kligerman stopped by Truex’s car on pit road and spoke with his friend before heading to the media center.

“First of all, I have to thank Kyle Busch, for us linking that TRD Toyota power together," Kligerman said of the draft help he got from Busch to make his way forward in the field.

“Without him, there’s no way I get by [Tyler] Reddick. Truex was doing the right things in terms of lagging back. He knows if the 31 (Reddick) is in front of me, he’s in the 500. That was impressive.

“Here is the crazy thing. A year ago, I watched this race. I felt like I’d probably never get a chance to be in this race again. Fast forward to a couple weeks ago, I’m doing pit reporting during the Daytona 24 Hour. Now I’m sitting up here talking to you guys as a guy that that just made the Daytona 500.

“It means the world to me. This is a pretty good deal."

It will be the second Daytona 500 start for Kligerman and first since 2014 when he started 41st and finished 29th, his day ending in an accident.

This will be the fourth Daytona 500 start for Gaughan, who finished a career-best 11th in 2017 and answered that with a 12th-place effort last year.

“I always come off as a class clown, but I haven’t been that nervous in a long time getting behind the wheel of a race car," said Gaughan, who drives the No. 62 Beard Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. “The Beard family put so much into this and we come here to run very well, not run like that.

“You’ve got to have discretion of valor, you’ve got to make do with what you have to make do with. I had to change strategies on the fly. Darren Shaw, my crew chief and Ron Lewis, my spotter did a great job.

“Thank you, Corey LaJoie. He just kind of stuck right in there with us on that pit stop and that’s what got us in this position, so thank you guys. We’ll see you at the Daytona 500."

After rolling off in the 10th position in his Fastenal Ford Mustang for the Gander RV Duel 1, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. scored a second-place finish earning a career-best starting position of fifth for the Daytona 500.

“That was a great start for the Mustang, finishing 1-2-3 there,” Stenhouse said. “I was just talking to Paul (Menard) and I spent the last 25 laps just trying to figure out how to time it right where I could get a run on Kevin (Harvick) and just couldn’t seem to time it. We didn’t have as many cars out here tonight as we will have come Sunday. All in all, a really strong night for us. We wanted to be in victory lane, but we learned a lot and I think we can make our Fastenal Ford better. It was handling a little bad there in the middle part of the race - a little loose. When I restarted on the bottom I felt I could be aggressive with it and that gives me confidence for Sunday.”

The Olive Branch, Miss. native started the 60-lap shootout in the 10th position but quickly worked his way inside the top five by lap 12 when all the Fords brought their Mustangs to pit-road for fuel only stops.

Once the green flag pit-stop cycled through, the two-time Xfinity champion was scored in the third position before the caution flag waved on lap 27. Despite the car being a handful, crew chief Brian Pattie chose to stay out for track position and the opportunity to work with the other Fords.

With 30 laps remaining in Duel 1, Stenhouse restarted in the third position but worked his way up to second after working with fellow Ford driver Kevin Harvick on the inside lane. The top six cars rode single file until the final lap when the No. 21 got a run but Stenhouse was able to edge him out earning a runner-up finish lining him up in the fifth position for Sunday’s Daytona 500.

The Daytona 500 will be televised on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. EST on FOX. The race can also be heard on MRN and SIRIUS radio channel 90.

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In a fairly uneventful Gander RV Duel 1 Thursday night, Ryan Newman crossed the line ninth in his No. 6 Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh Ford Mustang at Daytona International Speedway.

“I thought we had a good Ford Mustang,” Newman said. “We need to work on it a little bit and get some more raw speed in it. Our Oscar Mayer Ford performed good strategy and executed well in the pits. We had a shot of maybe being in the top-five but I was conservative with it that last lap and didn’t feel the need to be crazy. It is a better start to the Daytona 500 than what we qualified with for the Duels. It is a good improvement and we will keep trying to improve on it.”

Newman rolled off 13th for the 60-lap event after qualifying 24th on time in last Sunday’s qualifying session. After advancing to as high as 11th in the opening laps, Newman brought his Ford to pit road on lap 12 along with a group of other Ford drivers for a fuel-only stop.

Following the cycle of stops, Newman improved to eighth before the yellow flag flew at lap 27 with him scored 11th. The South Bend, Indiana, native restarted seventh with 30 to go, and soon after he and teammate Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., powered to the front with Newman in third.

Newman eventually got shuffled through the pack to sixth with 10 to go before crossing the line ninth. He will start 19th in Sunday’s Daytona 500. Race coverage begins at 2:30 p.m. ET on FOX, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Channel 90.

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Austin Dillon And The Dow Chevrolet Team Earn Ninth-Place Finish in The Duels at Daytona
 

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 5th
 
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"Man, what a race. I learned a lot for Sunday about the side-draft and how it works. We were shuffled to the back in our Dow Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, almost exactly like what happened in the Clash last Sunday. Starting at the bottom is not the place to be - at least not when you have a small field. When you get 40 cars out there, it may be a little bit different. It was good to run all of those laps on old tires because we learned that we need to work on our handling. We'll do that tomorrow during practice. We'll probably do a little bit of drafting to get the car tightened up. The good thing is the Dow Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 has plenty of speed. We'll fine tune it a little bit and get it driving better. If we do that, I feel like we have a car fast enough to compete in the Daytona 500. We just have to get it handling right."
-Austin Dillon
Daniel Hemric Uses Duel to Learn Lessons for Daytona 500 in  
No. 8 Bass Pro Shops / Caterpillar Chevrolet
 

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 3rd
 
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"I feel like we learned what we needed to go race on Sunday. It was cool to start near the front of the field with this No. 8 Bass Pro Shops / Caterpillar Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. The top lane formed up and I could not get off the bottom quick enough and lost the draft early on. We were just trying to keep digging and shake everything down at that point, then we had a pit road penalty for having the crew member over the wall too soon and lost a lap. We were in a spot to get our lap back for a while, but when that caution came out Tyler Reddick had just been lapped and got the free pass. We learned some good things in the draft at the end of the race, so we will clean some things up and focus on the task at hand for Sunday's Daytona 500."
-Daniel Hemric
Tyler Reddick and the No. 31 SYMBICORT® (budesonide/formoterol fumarate dihydrate) Team Take Notes for Sunday's Daytona 500
 

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 9th 
 
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"I learned a lot tonight during my Duel race in the No. 31 SYMBICORT Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. It was the first time I was really racing against anyone in a Cup Series car, so I picked up a lot of notes for Sunday. We hopefully worked out all our kinks tonight and won't be making any of those same mistakes on Sunday, but it was good to get out there and know what we need to work on a little more over the next two days. I was just a little loose on track tonight and need some more drivability back in the car for the race, but I'm confident that my crew chief Justin Alexander and the team can get it to right where we need it to be."
-Tyler Reddick

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Straight-line speed in qualifying is one thing. Speed and drivability in the draft is something quite different, as the Ford camp proved decisively in Thursday night’s Gander RV Duel at Daytona 150-mile qualifying races at Daytona International Speedway.

Kevin Harvick led the last 44 laps on Thursday night to win the first Duel and secure the third starting spot in Sunday’s Daytona 500 (2:30 p.m. ET on FOX, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio).

Reigning Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Joey Logano captured the second Duel in much more dramatic fashion, charging from fourth to first on the final lap to beat Clint Bowyer to the finish line by .126 seconds.

With a late pass of Tyler Reddick, who was already locked into for the Daytona 500 based on qualifying speed, Parker Kligerman earned the transfer spot into Sunday’s race with a 12th-place finish in the first Duel.

Brendan Gaughan grabbed the transfer position in the caution-free second Duel by finishing 15th, ahead of the Open cars of Casey Mears (who was already locked into the 500 on speed) and Joey Gase.

In Duel No. 1, Harvick finished .165 seconds ahead of fellow Ford driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr., who edged Paul Menard at the line for the runner-up position. Matt DiBenedetto ran fourth, followed by Martin Truex Jr. and Bubba Wallace.

Aric Almirola ran third in the second Duel behind his Stewart-Haas Racing teammate, giving Ford drivers the top three positions in each of the Duels in the debut year of the Mustang in Cup racing—a far cry from Sunday’s time trials, where Chevrolets posted the five best laps in single-car runs.

With two Mustangs behind him, Harvick didn’t expect any outlandish moves in the closing laps of Duel 1.

“I’m just glad we finally came out on the right side of this, and everything’s not tore up,” said Harvick, who had finished fourth, third and second in his previous three Daytona qualifying races.

The Duel victory was the first for Logano, who won the Daytona 500 in 2015. As the laps wound down, he was planning his move and got an assist from Team Penske teammate and drafting partner Ryan Blaney.

“You have the whole race to think about making a move, and we were all out there just waiting,” Logano said. “Everyone behind me really wanted to go, and I just knew that I had to wait. The later you can do it, the less the risk if it doesn't work. I got a good run from the 12 (Blaney) behind me and went to the bottom and got a good run.

“Was able to side-draft the 10 (Almirola) and pull him back and just barely get enough to break that plane in front of the 14 and clear him up. From there I was just blocking to the finish. My spotter, TJ (Majors), did a great job feeding me all the information I needed to make a decision. We had a really fast Shell Pennzoil Mustang.

“It’s cool to see a couple Mustangs in Victory Lane already. I hope it continues for the big race on Sunday. Great start for our race team. Off we go.”

Bowyer led 41 laps. Logano led one—the one that counted.

A two-time Duel victor, and the winner of the 2007 Daytona 500, Harvick will start third in Sunday’s race, with Stenhouse behind him in fifth and Menard in seventh. Logano claimed the fourth starting position with his victory. Bowyer will take the green in sixth, Almirola in eighth.

Neither Stenhouse nor Menard could mount an effective challenge against Harvick in the closing laps of the first Duel.

“I spent the last 25 laps trying to figure out exactly what I was going to do,” Stenhouse said. “I think Paul was trying the same thing behind me. Paul would get a run on me out of the tri-oval. I felt like I'd get a run on Kevin out of the back straightaway. The 21 (Menard) wasn't close enough to us, so I couldn't make a move. Felt like I'd get stalled out.

“Tried to back my entry up to the tri-oval. I was going to try it going into (Turn) 1. Nothing really materialized there. Down the back straightaway, the 21 went to go to the inside. I thought about blocking him. I felt like I could at least finish second if we stayed on the top. I was really kind of hoping the 19 (Truex) would have a little bit better run to get to us, maybe push us up close to the 4 (Harvick). Just nothing really materialized.”

For his part, Harvick felt his car was strong enough to keep Stenhouse and Menard behind him.

“They were going to have to have a pretty big head of steam,” Harvick said. “They were going to fill those holes pretty quick. Unless they had a huge head of steam, they weren't going to clear me without a whole line of cars, unless the whole line was going to bail on me, which is highly possible.

“But I doubt they would have done that. I think at that particular time, especially in the qualifying races, everybody wants to win, but they don't want to tear up their cars either. You want to put as little work as possible on your team, get to the race on Sunday. There's still points on the line and a trophy. You had to be on your toes. Our car was fast enough to guard. They got side by side. That just slowed everything down.”

In a three-wide situation on Lap 26—with Jimmie Johnson on the inside, Kyle Busch in the middle and Tyler Reddick on the outside—Johnson’s No. 48 Chevrolet moved up the track into the left rear quarter panel of Busch’s Toyota, sending Busch spinning into the infield to cause the 60-lap race’s only caution.

After pitting with a flat tire and exiting alone, Busch soon lost a lap and ultimately finished 18th. But he teamed in a two-car draft with Kligerman, a fellow Toyota driver, to make the crucial pass of Reddick.

“First of all, I have to thank Kyle Busch, us linking that TRD Toyota power together,” Kligerman said. “Without him, there's no way I get by Reddick.”

Daytona 500 pole winner William Byron, who did not compete in last Sunday’s Advance Auto Parts Clash, dropped to the back mid-race and used the final lap for a practice pit stop before coming home 16th—and preserving his car for the top starting spot in Sunday’s Great American Race.

SHR Finish:        

●  Kevin Harvick (Started 8th, Finished 1st/ Running, completed 60 of 60 laps in Duel No. 1)

●  Daniel Suárez (Started 11th, Finished 11th / Running, completed 60 of 60 laps in Duel No. 1)

●  Clint Bowyer (Started 4th, Finished 2nd / Running, completed 60 of 60 laps in Duel No. 2)

●  Aric Almirola (Started 9th, Finished 3rd / Running, completed 60 of 60 laps in Duel No. 2)

 

Notes:                   

●  Suárez started his Duel from the 11th position and ended the 60-lap race in the same position.

●  Suárez began the race running the low line, and eventually moved to the top when drivers lined up single file after five laps.

●  Suárez made a fuel-only pit stop on lap 12, joining 11 other drivers.

●  Moved up to sixth on lap 16 when second group of drivers pitted together.

●  Ran as high as fifth before the caution flag waved on lap 27.

●  “Very, very tight when I’m on the bottom,” said Suárez on lap 34 when he was running 12th.

●  With 10 laps to go, made a mover underneath Bubba Wallace, but lost lead draft.” Finished the race comfortably in 11th.

●  Suárez will start 23rd in the Daytona 500. His best Daytona 500 finish is 29th (2017).

●  Drivers earning odd-numbered positions from Sunday’s pole qualifying session were assigned to the first Duel race. Drivers earning even-numbered positions from pole qualifying competed in the second Duel race. The starting positions for each Duel race were based on qualifying times.

 

Daniel Suárez, Driver of the No. 41 Haas Automation Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing:

“I feel like our Haas Automation Mustang has good speed. It is a little different than our Clash car and we will work on it and try to tune up for Sunday. It was okay in traffic. I feel like we need to make a couple adjustments with the handling of the car to be able to be a little bit better. We just have to keep working on it. It was the very first time I have been in the draft with this racecar, so we have to work on that a little bit.”

 

Next Up:

The 61st Daytona 500 gets underway at 2:30 p.m. EST on Sunday, Feb. 17, with live coverage provided by FOX beginning with its pre-race show at 1 p.m.

 

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The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series went dueling on Thursday at Daytona International Speedway – setting the remaining starting positions for the Daytona 500.

Four open team drivers went into the Duel 150s not knowing whether they would be racing in Sunday’s event. Casey Mears and Tyler Reddick, who were the fastest open cars in Daytona 500 qualifying this past Sunday, came into the 150-mile races with nothing to lose as they had already locked themselves into the race.

Kevin Harvick ended the night victorious in Duel race No. 1 at Daytona International Speedway. Harvick led the field for 44 of the 60 laps after starting in the eighth position. With the win on Thursday, Harvick will start the season with 10 driver points.

“It handled good when we were behind cars. Last week taught us that we needed to have track position. They did a good job on pit road and got on and off pit road and then we had a couple Ford Mustangs behind us as well. Ricky and Paul worked with us and we were able to keep the track position and our cars were fast enough together to keep everyone else back there,” said Harvick after the first race. “I am really proud of everybody on our Busch Beer Ford Mustang. It is a great way to get Mustang into victory lane. I gotta thank everybody from Busch and the great promotion with Car2Can with 40 cool cans that are made of my old cars. It is cool to see those in victory lane.”

Daytona 500 pole sitter William Byron led the second most laps of 16. The young racer went on to finish 16th in the No. 24 Chevrolet. Despite finishing outside the top 15, and if they have no issues in practice on Friday or Saturday, Byron will still start on the pole for the “Great American Race.”

“Yeah, we raced for a while there. I thought we learned a little something towards the beginning of the race with leading and how our car was going to be,” said Byron after the first event. “And then we were able to make some moves that were pretty good. After that restart we got in a huge hornet’s nest and we were on the bottom of three-wide, so we just bailed on that. Overall, it was good. Pretty happy with it. It was mission accomplished for us so far.”

Parker Kligerman locked himself into the Daytona 500 field by finishing 12th in the first Duel 150. That placed Ryan Truex out of the Daytona 500 provisionally – barring where Mears finished in the second Duel 150 race.

“This is incredible. I can’t believe we just raced our way into the Daytona 500,” said an excited Parker Kligerman. “That was insane those last couple laps. It’s a bit bittersweet though, because Ryan (Truex) is a good buddy of mine and having to beat him. I feel like it would’ve been cooler if it was like two vs. two there at the end, which it kind of was, but it would’ve been cool to race to the line together or something. It was a little bit of an odd race that we had. We were just kind of blocking each other at the end. Hey, look, it’s about this Toyota Camry getting into the Daytona 500 and we did that.”

Taking the checkered flag in Duel race No. 2 was Joey Logano in the Shell / Pennzoil Ford. Logano won the event in a last-lap pass around race leader Clint Bowyer – earning 10 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver points. Second-place finisher Clint Bowyer led the most laps in the second 150-mile event.

“You have the whole race to think about making a move and we were all out there just waiting. Everyone behind me really wanted to go and I just knew that I had to wait,” said Logano after winning the second event. “The later you can do it, the less the risk if it doesn't work. I got a good run from the 12 behind me and went to the bottom and got a good run. Was able to side draft the 10 and pull him back and just barely get enough to break that plane in front of the 14 and clear him up. From there I was just blocking to the finish like. My spotter TJ did a great job feeding me all the information I needed to make a decision. We had a really fast Shell Pennzoil Mustang. It is cool to see a couple Mustangs in victory lane already. I hope it continues for the big race on Sunday. Great start for our race team. Off we go.”

Alex Bowman, who will start second beside teammate William Byron in the Daytona 500, led the first 12 laps of the second Duel 150. Despite Bowman finishing 13th in his No. 88 Chevrolet, and if they have no issues in practice on Friday or Saturday, the driver will start second in the 61st annual Daytona 500.

“I would have liked to have raced a little more, but just kind of got in a bad box there. When we were going around those lap cars, I got stuck on the bottom of three-wide and I was going to be at the back of the group running anyway,” said the driver of the No. 88 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet. “The blue oval gang did a little better job on and off of pit road than we did. That was frustrating because I think we were on both sides of the strategy between the first and second Duel and they did a better job both times. That is frustrating. We’ve got to get that part of it together if we are going to go beat them, but it’s good to have the car in one piece and the No. 88 Nationwide Camaro was pretty good.”

Brendan Gaughan locked himself into the Daytona 500 field in the second Duel 150 by finishing ahead of Casey Mears. That placed Joey Gase, along with Ryan Truex, out of the Daytona 500 field.

“I always come off as a class clown, but I haven’t been that nervous in a long time getting behind the wheel of a race car,” said the veteran racer. “The Beard family put so much into this and we come here to run very well; not run like that. You’ve got to have discretion of valor you’ve got to make do with what you have to make do with. I had to change strategies on the fly. Darren Shaw, my crew chief, and Ron Lewis, my spotter did a great job. Thank you, Corey LaJoie. He just kind of stuck right in there with us on that pit stop and that’s what got us in this position; so, thank you, guys. We’ll see you at the Daytona 500!”

Rest of the top 10 finishers in Duel No. 1 included Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Paul Menard, Matt DiBenedetto, Martin Truex Jr., Bubba Wallace, Chris Buescher, Jimmie Johnson, Ryan Newman and Ryan Preece.

Rest of the top 10 in Duel No. 2 included Clint Bowyer, Aric Almirola, Denny Hamlin, Kurt Busch, Ryan Blaney, Jamie McMurray, Chase Elliott, Austin Dillon and Ty Dillon.

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series will see the track three more times before the “Great American Race” on Sunday. The series will have a pair of 50-minute practice sessions on Friday at 1:05 and 3:05 p.m. ET. on FS1. The final practice for the Daytona 500 will take place on Saturday at 12:05 p.m. ET. live on FS1.

The Daytona 500 will take place on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. ET. live on FOX and MRN Radio.

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