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Nascar Coke Zero 400 2010, mark matrin catch's fire, Kevin Hardvick wins
Darius Rucker singing the National Anthem at the Nascar race in Daytona on July 3, 2010. F-18 Hornet flyover.
2010 Nascar Sprint Cup Daytona Coke Zero 400 Leader Kyle Busch wrecks
Kevin Harvick continued his season of resurgence by leading a strong Richard Childress Racing contingent to victory Saturday night at the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway. The three RCR cars were the class of the field in a wild night of racing, and Harvick, Clint Bowyer and Jeff Burton were poised to run away with the race before several late cautions interfered with a potential sweep. A three-car accident moments before Bowyer took the white flag set up NASCAR's version of overtime, and Harvick won the two-lap sprint and his second race of the season. The Sprint Cup Series points leader won at Talladega in April. Kasey Kahne was second in a Ford, followed by Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Burton in Chevrolets. The start of the race was delayed 90 minutes by rain, and a 20-car accident with 12 laps to go stopped the action another 20 minutes.
Coming to the white flag, Sam Hornish Jr. gets together with teammate Kurt Busch and they collect Elliott Sadler in the wreck. In the final laps, I believe Clint Bowyer blew a rear tire down the back and that sent him into David Reutimann and spinning down the back. Credit to Nascar.com.
In one of the biggest wrecks at Daytona in recent memory Kurt Busch and Jeff Burton get together and drivers behind them check up triggering a 19 car pile-up. Just pick out your driver and find out whether he got threw or not. Everyone was OK. Credit to Nascar.com.
The big one involving several drivers with 12 laps to go during the 2010 Coke Zero 400 Nascar race at Daytona .
The crash happened, when they were coming to the white flag (That means we saw a Green white Checkerd finish), when Kurt Busch (Once again lol) got into Sam Hornish Jr, causing Hornish to get into Elliott Sadler, and bounce off from Sadler to the wall just clipping Kurt too, Hornish&Sadler both hits the wall hard. Then on the final lap, on the backstretch when Clint Bowyer gets into Reutimann, causing Bowyer to slide to the grass. Harvick succesfully holds off Kasey Kahne&Jeff Gordon to take the Checkerd flag At Daytona! Dale Earnhardt Jr finishes 4th after all kinds of problems
Jeff Gordon drove right around Clint Bowyer on the high line, but got shuffled back behind Kasey Kahne and Kevin Harvick easily drove to the win on the low side after a wild and crazy night at Daytona. All credit goes to TNT and NASCAR.com for the coverage.
This was seriously the best race I've ever seen. Exciting all the way through. Cars involved: 09, 2, 5, 7, 12, 14, 20, 31, 38, 39, 42, 47, 48, 77, 78, 82, 83, 98 Follow me on Twitter: twitter.com
Burton and Kurt Busch get together which spins Busch around and Reed Sorenson gets turned pileling up everyone else behind. Mark Martin, Juan Montyoya, Joey Logano among others. Ryan Newman and Jimmie Johnson get chitched up in the air thankfully not tumbling over. Everyone was ok!
The Big One has happened at Daytona after more than a dozen cars are collected. RED FLAG: Mark Martin is out of the No. 5, which continues to have flames coming from it. Ryan Newman and Joey Logano are out of their cars.
Jeff Burton gets loose and causes a domino effect involving most of the field
It's been a while since we've seen a pileup this big in a Cup Series race. The Big One occurs late in the 2010 Coke Zero 400 at Daytona. Jeff Burton tries to block a charging Kurt Busch. As Kurt is saving the car, the pack behind them gets involved in a massive wreck, pretty much taking out big names like Tony Stewart, Jimmie Johnson, Ryan Newman, and many others. Then as Mark Martin comes down pit road, his car catches on fire. I believe there were 20+ drivers involved in this wreck. And from what I have heard, everyone was okay. Credit goes to NASCAR and TNT.
When Juan Montoya drafts up behind the Kyle Busch, he gets turned into the wall
The Daytona Night Race! TO THE BACK (according to Jayski): #11-Denny Hamlin #14-Tony Stewart #83-Reed Sorenson IN BACKUP CARS DUE TO PRE-QUALIFYING CRASHES #6-David Ragan #9-Kasey Kahne #11-Denny Hamlin #14-Tony Stewart #18-Kyle Busch #37-Robert Richardson, Jr. #83-Reed Sorenson
Kyle Busch gets into Denny Hamlin, resulting in a huge crash that collects Tony Stewart and others
Don't forget about the Coke Zero 400 Predictions Contest (closes at 2:00 pm EST this Friday): www.youtube.com This is your entry list for the 2010 Coke Zero 400 at Daytona. These 45 drivers will attempt to qualify for Saturday night's race. NASCAR qualifying is on Friday at 4:00 pm EST on SPEED. If qualifying is cancelled, Michael McDowell and Todd Bodine will not be in the race. This video was originally going to have a clip at the beginning, but after the video failed to upload, I decided just to post the entry list only. The bonus clip will be posted later this week. I do not own the images and song used.
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(Part 22 of 22) NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coke Zero 400 At Daytona Powered by Coca Cola Daytona International Speedway Daytona, Florida July 4, 2009
(Part 21 of 22) NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coke Zero 400 At Daytona Powered by Coca Cola Daytona International Speedway Daytona, Florida July 4, 2009
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(Part 11 of 22) NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coke Zero 400 At Daytona Powered by Coca Cola Daytona International Speedway Daytona, Florida July 4, 2009
The final lap of the 2009 Coke Zero 400, recorded from the Sprint Tower on the front stretch.Kyle Busch leading off turn four gets together with Tony Stewart and results in a spectacular finish.
(Part 2 of 22) NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coke Zero 400 At Daytona Powered by Coca Cola Daytona International Speedway Daytona, Florida July 4, 2009
(Part 1 of 22) NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coke Zero 400 At Daytona Powered by Coca Cola Daytona International Speedway Daytona, Florida July 4, 2009 ***As Buggy1Boy posted all of "Speedweeks" as well as his coming along of the Subway Jalapeno 250, I bring you the 51st edition of "The Firecracker." Ladies and Gentlemen, the 2009 Coke Zero 400!!!***
Kyle Bush is wrecked on the last turn of the last lap at the coke zero 400 on July 4th at Daytona. Thanks to TNT for the Excellent coverage of the event! Get Em next time Kyle!
Start of the 2009 400
All hell breaks loose when Kyle Busch is sent into the wall collecting many drivers. Congrats to Tony Stewart on the amazing win.
Tony Stewart spins Kyle Busch on the final lap, to set up a spectacular wreck, and win the Coke Zero 400.
Tony Stewart spins Kyle Busch on the final lap, to set up a spectacular wreck, and win the Coke Zero 400
Some awesome camera angles in this video. At the end Kyle Busch tries to avoid going to the infield care center as required by NASCAR.
The closing laps of the 2009 Coke Zero 400 at Daytona, July 4th 2009 on TNT. With just a straight away to go, Kyle Bush tries to block Tony Stewart going high, going low. Tony Stewart gets a nose on Kyle and before Kyle can stear clear, he is turned hard into the outside wall, collecting many other drivers including Kasey Kahne, Joey Logano, Jeff Burton, Greg Biffle, Paul Menard and Robby Gordon.
Kyle Busch couldn't run 3 wide by himself this time.
The Start and the First 5 Laps of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway, the birthplace of speed, and it needs some repaving.
Kyle Busch Wrecks himself trying to block stewart coming to the line, and now tony stewart is now my favorite driver in NASCAR Sprint Cup Racing. Thanks For the Honors Guys! Honors for this video (60) #37 - Most Discussed (Today) #2 - Most Discussed (Today) - Autos & Vehicles...
On the final turn of the final lap of the Coke Zero 400, Kyle Busch (18) tries to block Tony Stewart (14) once and succeeds, but tries to block again and gets clipped and spun into the wall and is lucky to be alive after taking multiple severe hits by Kasey Kahne (9) at 165 mph and Joey Logano (20) also at a high speed directly into the driver's door panel. Video from Nascar.com's Trackpass Raceview
The Big One happens on Daytona's backstretch around mid race tonight, in the Coke Zero 400 in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Car involved Include; Clint Bowyer Dale Earnhardt Jr. David Gilliland Jeff Gordon Kevin Harvick Kasey Kahne Brad Keselowski Jamie McMurray Ryan Newman Reed Sorenson David Stremme David Reutimann Brian Vickers #91 - Most Discussed (Today) - Autos & Vehicles #52 - Most Responded (Today) - Autos & Vehicles #63 -Most Viewed (Today) - Autos & Vehicles - Australia #23 - Most Viewed (Today) - Autos & Vehicles - Canada #22 - Most Viewed (Today) - Autos & Vehicles - India #19 - Most Viewed (Today) - Autos & Vehicles #40 - Most Viewed (Today) - Autos & Vehicles - Brazil #58 - Top Favorited (Today) - Autos & Vehicles
The Daytona Night Race! UPDATES: #00-David Reutimann to the back - engine change
Biffle on Coke Zero 400: “I’ve always liked the night race at Daytona. My first ever Sprint Cup win was this race in 2003 so it’s definitely a race on the schedule that means something to me and that I look forward to. Racing at Daytona under the
DUB will feature a special Custom Car Showcase Display at the Daytona Coke Zero 400 NASCAR race from July 2-4. Besides all the custom cars at the DUB booth, Race fans will also have two chances to see Dale Earnhardt Jr. compete on the historic 2.5-mile tri-oval during the upcoming Coke Zero 400 Powered By Coca-Cola. Earnhardt Jr., who owns 12 career victories at DIS, will pull double duty during the Independence Day holiday weekend competing in both the NASCAR Nationwide Series 250-mile race on Friday night, July 3 as well as the 51st annual Coke Zero 400 Powered By Coca-Cola NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on Saturday night, July 4. Jeff Gordon, four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion and three-time Daytona 500 winner, will make an appearance in the Green Flag Club hospitality tent prior to the 51st running of the 400-mile Independence Day holiday classic on Saturday, July 4, too. The weekend also marks this years 25th anniversary of Richard Pettys historic 200th NASCAR win and Daytona International Speedway will put on a celebration fit for a King and honor one of the landmark moments in the history of NASCAR. This years race will truly be a special event, which is why you should get your tickets now! A limited number of tickets in the Oldfield and Lockhart Grandstands will be rolled back from $55 to $40 for the weekend, which is the lowest ticket price for the Independence Day holiday classic since 1998. To purchase tickets for the Coke Zero 400 Weekend Powered By ...
Highlights from the Coke Zero 400 Media day at Daytona International Speedway Tuesday June 2, 2009 with 2009 Daytona 500 winner Matt Kenseth
High Definition Capture Coke Zero 400 2009 HD July Daytona Race NASCAR
Part three of Cypher's Season 2 League Race at Daytona on 5-8-09
Part two of Cypher's Season 2 League Race at Daytona on 5-8-09
Part one of Cypher's Season 2 League Race at Daytona on 5-8-09
12/27/08 -We had our first race of the ROCS Chase at Daytona for the Coke Zero 400. This race produced clean side by side racing and a first time winner. Music By: AC-DC, Alter Bridge, and Seether. You will see the final laps of this race from the #99 car view. So ride along with DownsRacing_99 as he rides in the front of a 14 car field at Daytona. We hope you enjoy and please remember to check out the ROCS website where you can follow results, points, news and more at www.therocs.com....
Final 2 laps at Homestead Miami!!!!!!