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Daytona 500 2016: Complete TV Schedule, Starting Order After Can-Am Duels

Forty drivers will vie to cement their place in auto racing history in this Sunday’s Daytona 500—arguably the most monumental race in motorsports. The Great American Race has become even bigger than the iconic Indy 500, drawing TV ratings generally double to its counterpart event held Memorial Day weekend. NASCAR’s new points system that all but ensures a berth in the Chase with a victory during the regular season has made the Daytona 500 even more coveted to get a jump-start on the year. Daytona is a 2.5-mile juggernaut that features 31-degree banking between turns, which makes it one of the fastest tracks on the circuit. Adding restrictor plates to the engines also gives the race a sense of unpredictability, as all 40 ca...

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