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Daytona 500: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Finds Disappointment

Dale Earnhardt Jr. looked to be on a roll at Daytona with the Pole Position. However, the two-car tango sucked him into wrecks and forced him to a back-up car. As the cars took the green flag for the 53rd Daytona 500, Earnhardt was relegated to the back of the field.  Although confident with his car, he didn't think it was quite as good as his original car for the "Great American Race." Junior didn't let the poor starting position deter him from coming to the front of the pack where he consistently ran in the top 10.  He ran strong most of the race. Wrecks had plagued the other members of the Hendrick Motorsports stable, and cars spun chaotically as the fourth caution flag waved.  Mark Martin, Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson w...

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