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Rookie Parker Kligerman went for a long slide on his roof after the front end of his No. 30 car got on top of the outside wall and into the catchfence as part of a crash that claimed several vehicles in opening Sprint Cup Series practice Wednesday at Daytona.

The accident appeared to begin when Joey Logano and Matt Kenseth made contact in tight drafting practice, causing a number of vehicles to go sideways. Kligerman got the worst of it, riding up and over the car of Paul Menard, and then getting pushed from behind by the vehicle of Ryan Truex. The front end of the No. 30 car slid along the top of the wall and grinded against the catchfence, causing some damage to the mesh fencing. With Truex still behind him, Kligerman rolled over and slid on his roof before being extricated from the car. Fortunately, no drivers were hurt in the accident, and no spectators were impacted by the damage to the catchfence.-NASCAR.com
Wed, Feb 19, 2014 08:37:00 PM

A multi-car accident on the white flag lap ended the Sprint Unlimited. Denny Hamlin was leading at the time and won the exhibition race.

Hamlin was dominant at the end of the race and the caution did not contribute to his win. Several cars were mangled on the final lap including Matt Kenseth, Danica Patrick, Jamie McMurray, and Martin Truex Jr.
Feb 13 - 10:11 PM

Kurt Busch spun in a single-car crash with a handful of laps remaining, but NASCAR did not throw a caution. Meanwhile in an unrelated incident, Brad Keselowski and Carl Edwards triggered a multi-car accident that also collected Kyle Busch, Aric Almirola, and Casey Mears.

At this stage of the race no one will lift and Mears was part of the catalyst for the wreck. The field is shrinking and the race will go into overtime.
Feb 13 - 10:04 PM

Jamie McMurray bump-drafted Kasey Kahne into a spin late in the Sprint Unlimited. Kahne collected AJ Allmendinger in the crash.

Drivers are typically a little more aggressive in the Sprint Unlimited than the Daytona 500, but the cars are not going to be any more stable next week in the big show.
Feb 13 - 9:43 PM

Jimmie Johnson got a little bump from Paul Menard on lap 45 of the Sprint Unlimited. That pushed him into Casey Mears and ultimately caused the No. 48 to spin.

If one is going to wreck, the exhibition races are the time to do so, but Johnson gets added to the early retirees in this event.
Feb 13 - 9:27 PM

A multi-car accident triggered when Brian Vickers cut a tire marred the early stages of the Sprint Unlimited. When he came across the track, he collected Kevin Harvick, Clint Bowyer, and Greg Biffle.

Sometimes there is simply no escaping bad luck.
Feb 13 - 9:06 PM

Brian Vickers’ crew chief has said that even though Brian Vickers has not been in a restrictor-plate superspeedway race since 2014.

The last time Vickers was at Daytona, he finished second in the summer Pepsi 400, however, so he is a solid plate racer. Unfortunately that doesn’t always keep drivers from experiencing trouble and Vickers cut a tire before triggering a multi-car crash
Feb 13 - 8:57 PM

Penske Racing had an ace up their sleeve at the end of the final practice before Sunday’s pole qualification. Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski, and Ryan Blaney ran in tandem to give them a faster speed than anyone who ran single runs.

This is critical for Blaney—who is in a Penske affiliated team. He is one of the Open drivers without a charter and guaranteed start. He needs to make the show on time and if qualification is rained out, he will get to start near the front of his Gatorade 150 Duel on Thursday. Additionally, today’s times will allow two drivers to get in on time if time trials do not happen.
Feb 13 - 3:33 PM

Kurt Busch and Kyle Busch headed the list of drivers making single copy runs with speeds of 194.877 mph and 194.686.

Qualification will be set by single car runs so these drivers are among the favorites to win the pole on Sunday. At the end of the session, the three Penske Racing drivers went out in tandem and swept ahead of them on the speed chart, however.
Feb 13 - 3:27 PM

Dale Earnhardt Jr. posted the fastest single lap in the first practice session for pole qualification. His top speed of 194.116 mph edged Joey Logano’s 193.853.

Earnhardt is the Pied Piper of plate racing and this adds to his mystique. He will be on most fantasy rosters.
Feb 13 - 12:32 PM

"The JGL Racing Young Guns" program designed to highlight a group of rising stars in the NASCAR ranks has been formed for the team's #24 Toyota entry in the NASCAR XFINITY Series.

Corey LaJoie will debut in the program as he will climb behind the wheel of the #24 Toyota for the season's second race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The 24-year old LaJoie has six prior starts in the XFINITY Series to his credit to go along with two starts in the Sprint Cup Series. The son of Randy LaJoie, two time XFINITY Series champion, is a former developmental driver for Richard Petty Motorsports. JGL Racing will field two full-time entries in the NASCAR XFINITY Series for the 2016 season. The team previously announced the signing of Dakoda Armstrong to pilot the #28 WinField Toyota. The team's #24 and #28 Toyota's will be powered by Joe Gibbs Racing engines for the 2016 season.-Integrity Sports Marketing
Feb 12 - 7:42 PM

HScott Motorsports announced today that it has reached agreement with Premium Motorsports for use of its Charter in 2016 to run the No. 46 Pilot Flying J Chevrolet driven by Michael Annett.

This agreement has been accepted and approved by NASCAR. "The No. 46 Pilot Flying J Chevrolet driven by Michael Annett will be locked into the field for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2016 thanks to an agreement HScott Motorsports reached with Premium Motorsports for a short term transfer of its Charter," said team owner Harry Scott, Jr. "I want to thank Jay Robinson, owner of Premium Motorsports, for his collaborative approach and belief in HScott Motorsports."
Feb 12 - 7:30 PM




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