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Daytona 500: Matt Kenseth Crashes at Lap 134, Brings Out 10th Caution

The Daytona 500 has just seen its 10th caution. Matt Kenseth, running one lap down, was clipped from behind by teammate Greg Biffle. The result saw Kenseth go head on into the outside wall. His car spun back down the track and came to rest in the infield. Kenseth had previously been involved in the big one on lap 29. His car sustained some damage, and he had not been running at top pace ever since. He had gone one lap down at one point, but a caution earned him the lucky dog and got him back on the lead lap. Kenseth had again gone a lap down when this latest incident occurred. He had been running in the 28th position. He was later treated and released at the infield care center. The Daytona 500's 10 cautions were the most sin...

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