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Daytona 500 Results and Winners

2012 Daytona Winner

Matt Kenseth took home the checkered flag at the 2012 Daytona 500, after a day and a half of rain and a fiery explosion that caused a two-hour delay. Earnhardt settled for second, his losing streak moved to 130 races, and Biffle wound up third and forced to defend his final strategy.

2011 Daytona Winner

Trevor Bayne, a 20-year-old without a full-time Sprint Cup Series ride, became the youngest ever driver to win the Daytona 500 with some gutty defense on the final laps.
After a crash-filled race, the final 15 laps were relatively clean, with 10 to 12 cars up front jockeying for position in two-car drafting pairs.
In the resulting first attempt at a green-white-checkered finish, David Ragan led, with Trevor Bayne second, but Ragan was black flagged for changing lanes before the white flag. And then a solo push by Tony Stewart helped set off a chain of events that sent Robby Gordon to the apron and produced a wreck that collected Ryan Newman, Earnhardt Jr., and Martin Truex Jr. — that was the day's 16th caution.

2010 Daytona Winner

Jamie McMurray had passed the leader Kevin Harvick down the backstretch to take the lead on an overtime restart after Nascar extended the 200-lap race eight laps to ensure a green-flag finish.
McMurray had passed the leader Kevin Harvick down the backstretch to take the lead on an overtime restart after Nascar extended the 200-lap race eight laps to ensure a green-flag finish.
The victory will be the highlight of McMurray’s season, perhaps the highlight of his career, but the 2010 Daytona 500 will also be remembered as a lowlight for Nascar.

2009 Daytona Winner

Matt Kenseth Wins the 2009 Daytona 500.

Kenseth passed Elliott Sadler for the lead shortly before a yellow came out for an accident, and the yellow flag never came off, with NASCAR officials deciding to stop the race due to rain on the 152nd lap.

When NASCAR declared it over, the 2003 Cup champion tearfully climbed from his car to celebrate his victory, which snapped a 36-race winless streak. It was also the first Daytona 500 win for team owner Jack Roush.

2008 Daytona 500 Winner

Ryan Newman Wins the 50th Running of Daytona 500, Giving Roger Penske Long-Awaited 500 Win.

Roger Penske picked up his elusive Daytona 500 victory, a $1 million bonus and a new challenge pairing the race he just conquered with the one that means the most to him.

The driver with the 81-race winless streak took NASCAR's biggest prize. He outran a pack that included Tony Stewart, Kurt Busch and Dale Earnhardt Jr., all of whom had thousands of supporters wearing their T-shirts and caps.

The 30-year-old Newman had 11 wins before Sunday, but there weren't many people wearing anything with No. 12 on it. More Daytona 500 Speedway Betting

2007 Daytona 500 Winner

The 2007 Daytona 500 lived up to the hype with an incredible finish. Kevin Harvick and Mark Martin were door-to-door with the field wrecking behind them. Harvick nipped him at the line by just .02 seconds to take the win.
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2006 Daytona 500 Winner

Jimmie Kenneth Johnson (born September 17, 1975, El Cajon, California) is a current Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race car driver who drives the #48 Lowe's Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS owned by his teammate Jeff Gordon and operated by Rick Hendrick's Hendrick Motorsports.

In 2006, Johnson became the only driver to win the Daytona 500, Allstate 400 at the Brickyard and the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship all in the same year. He is the only driver to win three Coca-Cola 600s in a row. He also holds the record at Lowe's Mothor Speedway with four straight wins and five total point race wins at the track.
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Past Ten Years of Daytona 500 Winners

1997

Jeff Gordon

148.295

$377,410

Chevrolet

1998

Dale Earnhardt

172.712

$1,059,105

Chevrolet

1999

Jeff Gordon

161.551

$1,172,246

Chevrolet

2000

Dale Jarrett

155.669

$1,277,975

Ford

2001

Michael Waltrip

161.783

$1,331,185

Chevrolet

2002

Ward Burton

142.971

$1,409,017

Dodge

2003

Michael Waltrip

133.87

$1,400,406

Chevrolet

2004

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

156.345

$1,495,070

Chevrolet

2005

Jeff Gordon

135.173

$1,497,154

Chevrolet

2006

Jimmie Johnson

142.667

$1,505,124

Chevrolet

2007 Kevin Harvick 149.335 $1,510,469 Chevrolet
2008 Ryan Newman 152.672 $1,543,045 Dodge
2009 Matt Kenseth 132.816 $1,536,388 Ford
2010 Jamie McMurray 137.284 $1,514,649 Chevrolet

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