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Daytona 500: Tony Stewart Wins The Nationwide Race, Looks to Add Daytona 500

Tony Stewart won Saturday's Nationwide race at Daytona in dramatic fashion. He used a terrific push by Landon Cassill to win it by .007 seconds over Clint Bowyer. The win was so close that ESPN lead announcer Marty Reid initially declared Bowyer as the winner. The win is the fourth consecutive at this event for Stewart. He now sets his sights on Sunday, where he will attempt to win the Daytona 500 for the first time in his career. It will be his 13th start in the Great American Race. In his previous 12 attempts to win the event, Stewart has posted six top 10 finishes, with his best being a runner up effort in 2004. He has won at Daytona twice in his Sprint Cup career, both times coming in July's Pepsi 400. The lack of a Daytona 500 win is t...

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