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NASCAR at Daytona 2015: Winners and Losers from the Coke Zero 400

It’s a good thing that caffeine is one of the active ingredients in Coke Zero because it was 11:42 p.m. when the field for the Coke Zero 400 went green at Daytona International Speedway. Carl Edwards said prior to the start of the race on the NBC broadcast from the cockpit of his No. 19 Toyota, “Considering how late it is, I think it’ll be a race of mistakes. It’s been a long day for everyone so everyone will have to stay focused and get a bit of luck. I think because of how late we’re starting, there will be long green-flag runs.” After nearly a four-hour delay, they got to racing, and it was Dale Earnhardt Jr. who took the checkered flag in dominant fashion. However, that was overshadowed by the grisly ...

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