The 65th Annual Daytona 500 (The Great American Race) was in action at the Daytona International Speedway on Sunday.
NASCAR’s greatest race featured 37 different lead changes through the first two stages and another in overtime.
Kyle Busch was in pole position to take home his first Daytona 500 victory before a caution was called for Suarez spin.
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Daniel Suarez who finish seventh during the pre-Daytona 500 qualifying races blamed Kyle Larson for his aggressive pushing that led to him bumping Kyle Busch on lap 42 that forced to get a replacement car for Sunday race.
“The No. 5 [Kyle Larson]was being more aggressive to me, pushing me, and I thought that the No. 8 was actually dragging brake because I was able to push him so easy.” Suarez said.
Kyle Busch was chasing his first-ever Daytona 500 win was left disgruntled after seeing his hope vanished away by a late unnecessary caution.
“Back in 1998 that would be the win, boys.” – Kyle Busch
Kyle Busch on the restart at Daytona 500
#NASCAR … Here is what Kyle Busch had to say after leaving the infield care center… pic.twitter.com/LGdzNvcQug
— Dustin Long (@dustinlong) February 20, 2023
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. won the longest running Daytona 500 in double overtime and under caution.
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Stop being a cry 😭 baby for once GOSH