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Daytona 500 Memories: “Oh No, You Can’t Do That!”

It's not too often when a memory about a race happens when the engines are silent. Usually it's an on-track wreck, a pit miscue, or an exciting finish that gets the headlines. However, sometimes is when the engines are shut off that some of the biggest headlines can happen. Look at what occurred between Kurt Busch and Jimmie Spencer following the Michigan race in 2003. Ryan Newman gets the win, but these two get the most chatter as Spencer apparently slugged Busch in the garage. In 2002, it was the actions of a driver during a red flag that got everyone talking. As the race was coming down to the final ten laps, Jeff Gordon held the lead in his DuPont Chevrolet. Right behind him, Sterling Marlin and the Coors Light Dodge. These two were nos...

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