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Daytona 500 2012: 10 Lessons Learned in the Great American Race

The 54th running of the Daytona 500 is in the books and once again, we saw some game-changing moments that worked well for some drivers, while others became victims of dramatic events that are just part of the Great American Race. It was a bizarre race scheduled for Sunday and finished on Tuesday morning. The race lasted nearly six hours and included a red flag condition lasting two hours for an amazing spectacle. In a race where track position, overheating and the dangers of bump-drafting can turn a driver's day into a really good one or a really bad one, drama is guaranteed. Every team has some strategy going into a race, but often it doesn't take long for the best of plans to go out the window at speeds approaching 200 mph. With the retu...

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