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EnthusiastsHere Is Your 2019 24 Hours Of Daytona Mega Gallery

19:41  30 january  2019
19:41  30 january  2019 Source:   jalopnik.com

Plans finalized for fan access to Daytona Cup garage

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The 24 Hours at Daytona every January is the first, the longest, the most brutal round that IMSA faces all season. A strong qualifying and practice result means nothing at This year’s Rolex 24 offered up some good action on track, but was hampered by a torrential downpour for nearly 12 hours.

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Here Is Your 2019 24 Hours Of Daytona Mega Gallery

The 24 Hours at Daytona every January is the first, the longest, the most brutal round that IMSA faces all season. A strong qualifying and practice result means nothing at twice-onto-the-bank road course when you battle against over 50 competitors across four classes. Even the best predictions usually come up short.

Here Is Your 2019 24 Hours Of Daytona Mega Gallery

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Here Is Your 2019 24 Hours Of Daytona Mega Gallery

This year’s Rolex 24 offered up some good action on track, but was hampered by a torrential downpour for nearly 12 hours. Many of those yellows brought out the safety car, and twice made the red flag fly. Sadly the racing over the final few hours was building up to be exciting between the Wayne Taylor Racing and Action Express Racing Cadillac DPi-V.r duo, and a Team Penske Acura ARX-05 in third before a final red flag ran out the clock. Race officials ended up calling the race with about ten minutes to go, when it was decided the wet conditions wouldn’t improve enough to safely finish at speed.

Harrison Burton wins ARCA race in Daytona debut

Harrison Burton wins ARCA race in Daytona debut Harrison Burton won the ARCA Series season opener in his first career race at Daytona International Speedway. Burton turned 18 in October to meet the age requirement to race on the biggest and fastest NASCAR-sanctioned tracks. His first crack at Daytona came Saturday in what is considered the kickoff of the SpeedWeeks. Burton was leading when a crash with 10 laps remaining brought out a caution and set up two final restarts, one in overtime. Burton is the son of former NASCAR driver and current NBC analyst Jeff Burton, who won a Cup race at Daytona in 2000.

View detailed pictures that accompany our 24 Hours of Daytona 2019 article with close-up photos of exterior and interior features. Christian Fittipaldi breacts as he discusses his last auto race during a news conference at the IMSA 24 - hour race at Daytona International Speedway.

The dust has settled at Daytona International Speedway following the 2018 Rolex 24 at Daytona , but we’re still reflecting on the IMSA 2019 Ram 1500 vs Ford F-150 Truck Comparison. Not every two-door is a speed machine. Here are two very different options if you want something fun and engaging.

Here Is Your 2019 24 Hours Of Daytona Mega Gallery

24 Hours of Daytona Ends Under Red Flag Conditions, WTR Cadillac Wins

Here Is Your 2019 24 Hours Of Daytona Mega Gallery

Fernando Alonso won yet another 24-hour race, with his Cadillac being the lead car when the red flag came out on final time, collecting a shiny new Rolex on Sunday. I was on the ground Friday through Sunday, somehow managing to avoid Florida Man, and brought my camera gear along for the fun, supplying you all the pictures you crave.

Here Is Your 2019 24 Hours Of Daytona Mega Gallery

Here Is Your 2019 24 Hours Of Daytona Mega Gallery


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Kyle Busch set for new deal with Daytona dominators JGR.
Following its historic Daytona 500 1-2-3 finish on Sunday, Joe Gibbs Racing is about to share some more good news about one of its star NASCAR performers. Motorsport.com has learned that Kyle Busch has agreed terms to re-sign with Toyota’s powerhouse Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series squad in a multi-year deal that will be formally revealed in the coming days. Busch, the 2015 Cup champion, is understood to have put pen to paper at Daytona over the weekend, before his strong drive to finish runner-up to Denny Hamlin in the 500.

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