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Tony Stewart Manages Chaotic Win at Daytona

Racin’ with Russ   Tony Stewart has a habit of rising to the occasion when an opportunity presents itself, and winning on a rough Saturday night in Daytona turned out to be right up his alley.Stewart started from nearly scratch on the field after his second-place qualifying attempt was DQ’ed after officials spotted a discrepancy in his NACA ductwork to the inside of the car.For much of the race, the Indiana native was detached from the lead pack until a mid-race caution bunched up the field.From there, he worked his way toward the front of the pack. Late in the race, he managed to get a push from Kasey Kahne to battle the strongest duo of the night—Roush-Fenway drivers Matt Kenseth and Greg Biffle.On the final re...

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