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Daytona 500: Two Car Tandems Rule The Track, Strange Alliances Being Formed

The Daytona 500 is 12 laps old, and as was expected, two car tandems have ruled the early portion of the race. Early on, it seems as if very few teammates have linked up to work together, but instead, new alliances are being formed. The only two car tandems featuring teammates have been Jeff Burton and Clint Bowyer and the duo of Jamie McMurray and Juan Montoya. Both of those sets of drivers are running between 10th and 20th. The front runners thus far have been a few different pairings. Kevin Harvick and Matt Kenseth have rekindled their chemistry from the Duels. Kurt Busch and Regan Smith continue to work well together. Jeff Gordon and Kasey Kahne have came flying through the field together, and just before the second caution, for JJ Yele...

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