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Daytona 500: Ragan’s Mishap Another Heartbreak on the Sport’s Biggest Stage

After a mentally draining day of missing multiple accidents and spins, you find yourself restarting on the front row of the sport's biggest race with just two laps left. Every one of your fellow 42 competitors, including yourself, have dreamt of this scenario and the opportunity for racing immortality since childhood.Such was the story for David Ragan on Sunday, the Roush Fenway driver who, owner Jack Roush elected to keep instead of Jamie McMurray, won the the sport's two biggest races the very next season. With his nerves a rightfully shaken, Ragan changed lanes on the restart before he crossed the starting line, and was sent to the rear of the field— a move which opened up the door for unknown driver Trevor Bayne to win in his...

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