NASCAR is a sport that builds for the finish. The finish is all that really counts in a NASCAR race. You can lead every lap but the last one, and that makes you a loser.
So without further ado, let’s count them down.
It was probably not fun if you were sitting near the start/finish line, but the finish of the Nationwide race this past February at Daytona was certainly a thrilling one. Hopefully, there will never be another like it.
Kyle Larson, in his first Nationwide race, winds up flying into the catch fence, tearing it up and sending flying car parts into the grandstands. Two people were hurt fairly severely, one of them was an eight-year-old boy.
Tony Stewart wound up the winner, his seventh in the 300 for his career.