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2011 Daytona 500 Full Film. I made short movie about crazy race Daytona 500. You can see slow motion of one of the largest crash....
Credit goes to FOX and NASCAR.COM for the clips I edited the NASCAR on FOX Daytona intro and added some clips from NASCAR.com from the Daytona 500 to make the awesome music video. Song is called "Sideways (NASCAR version)" by Dierks Bentley. Hope you enjoy!
The Wreckers doing a lap at Sunday's Daytona 500.
Directed by Michael Bay
In just his second Sprint Cup start, 20-year-old Trevor Bayne stunned NASCAR's biggest names with a thrilling win Sunday in the Daytona 500, NASCAR's biggest race. The AP's Robert Ray reports from Daytona Beach, Florida. (Feb. 20)
Highlights of the great American Race (Daytona 500 2011) Congrats to Trevor Bayne for the victory. Tags: Nascar Sprint Cup NSC Daytona 500 2011 Highlights crash shunt music compilation Labonte Gordon Caution Yellow Wreck Big One Matt Kenseth Busch Kyle Montoya Kurt Juan Jimmie Johnson Ambrose Martin Harvick Waltrip Dale Earnhardt Jr Huge Stewart F1 F3 interview lane Ragan Robby Edwards save win Florida oval racing flip race finish photo fox
Trevor Bayne, making his second career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start (first at the Daytona 500), wins the 2011 Daytona 500. It is his first NASCAR win. Carl Edwards will come in 2nd, David Gilliland will come in 3rd. Credit goes to NASCAR and FOX Networks.
2011 Daytona 500 The Big One
Leo Parente takes a real look at NASCAR and how / why racing at the 2011 Daytona 500 looks different. Plus, the 10th Anniversary of Feb 2001 events that marked the last racing for Dale Earnhardt Sr.. www.badboyvettes.com tinyurl.com
Winners announced in Gatorade duels with cars going up to 206 miles per hour.
Extended Version of the 1998 Finish
Please like the video, love that kind of feedback! The Great American Race is upon us! On February 20th, 43 drivers will take the green flag and shoot for the most coveted trophy in all of stock car racing, the Harley J. Earl Trophy. Speedweeks at this legendary festival of speed is a season within itself. So many leaders, so many plot twists, and an extreme amount of racing is a guarantee when this race starts. The Daytona 500, NASCAR's biggest race. A race like no other, an event like no other. A race that turns drivers into legends. Unknown faces into household names. Dreams into reality. To win this race will be the highlight of a lifetime, captivated by the grace of Daytona's victory lane. Here is the promo for this very special race. Speedweeks start soon, so its almost time to racing once again! Watch all the action on FOX and SPEED! Song: Passage by Non-Stop Music Thanks to everyone (especially CrashCarnageVid) that has helped me with clips and all for this promo! #44 - Most Discussed (Today)) - Autos & Vehicles #21 - Top Favorited (Today)) - Autos & Vehicles #42 - Top Rated (Today)) - Autos & Vehicles Thank you so much for your continued support!!!
A year after the bittersweet Daytona 500, it was time for another classic Speedweeks. One thing I can't help but notice is NBC's coverage of the pre-race. 1. Cut to the call to start engines, where we see Jeff Gordon already sitting in the car... 2. After chatting in the booth, cut to Jeff Gordon walking to his car with Brooke.... wait. That isn't Brooke, this chick is blonde?? 3. A few months later, Brooke files for divorce, stating she saw Jeff with a "svelte, curvy blonde" at the Daytona 500. 4. Jeff says "Thanks for that, NBC...." I don't usually make my videos this long, but as long as there are highlights to show, I don't really care. ***EDIT*** So... I just saw a picture of Brooke Gordon with blonde hair. Hmm... interestingly enough, I do remember her saying she saw him with a blonde woman. Maybe she didn't recongize herself. lol I am thoroughly confused.
This is the live footage of Dale Earnhardt Sr.'s fatal crash. Dale was one the greatest NASCAR drivers of all time, and he will never be forgotten. On the front stretch coming to 3 laps to go, Earnhardt made contact with Sterling Marlin's front right fender. Earnhardt's car wiggled but Earnhardt kept control and he remained in third position. Marlin was known for having a fast car throughout the race, and Earnhardt repeatedly blocked his attempts at passing during the last few laps. With less than two laps remaining, Darrell Waltrip commented that "Sterling has beat the front end off of that old Dodge (Marlin's car) trying to get around Dale (Earnhardt)". Heading into Turn 3 on the last lap, Earnhardt was racing three wide with Marlin to his left and Schrader to his right. In the corner, Earnhardt's left rear quarter made slight contact with Marlin's front bumper. Earnhardt's car slid off the track's steep banking, onto the flat apron, and then turned sharply up the track toward the outside retaining wall. As the #3 car came up the track it collided with the #36 Pontiac driven by Ken Schrader. Schrader's car hit Earnhardt's car just behind the passenger door, causing both cars to run nose-first into the wall. Earnhardt's #3 hit at a critical angle at nearly 160 miles per hour. The right-rear wheel assembly broke off the car on impact. The hood pins severed and the hood flapped open, slamming against the windshield as the car slid slowly down the track. To most observers ...
Bobby Allison is the winner of the 20th running of the great American race. The competition is thinned on lap 60 when Richard Petty, Darrell Waltrip, and David Pearson (running 1st, 2nd, and 3rd at the time) all tangle and crash into the inside wall just before pit road entrance. Buddy Baker's blown engine late in the race ensures the victory for Bobby Allison in his 15th attempt to win the big one. Does anyone have footage of AJ Foyt's crash on lap 68 of the race (not shown here)? I believe he may have flipped during the race but have never seen the crash. Time of race: 3:07:49 Average Speed: 159.73 mph Pole Speed: 187.536 mph Cautions: 5 for 24 laps Margin of Victory: 33.2 sec Attendance: 140000 Purse: $56300
Cale Yarborough defeats Benny Parsons by 1.39 seconds to take his second Daytona 500 victory. Yarborough is one of only 3 drivers to win the Daytona 500 back-to-back (Petty in 73 & 74; Yarborough in 83 & 84; Marlin in 94 & 95) and also has the record for the longest gap between victories for repeat winners (9 year gap between his wins in 68 & 77). The race is also noteworthy that for the first time a woman, Janet Guthrie, competed in the Great American race. Time of race: 3:15:48 Average Speed: 153.218 mph Pole Speed: 188.048 mph Cautions: 6 for 37 laps Margin of Victory: 1.39 sec Attendance: 135000 Purse: $63700
Richard Petty captures his third Daytona 500 win ahead of Buddy Baker, giving Petty Enterprises a 1-2 finish. This was the first Daytona 500 where restrictor plates were mandated for all cars running greater than a 358 cubic inch engine. The restricted speeds didn't prevent one of the most spectacular crashes in Daytona 500 history from happening as Maynard Troyer suffers a series of barrel rolls early in the race. Dick Brooks pilots the only winged car in the field and drives his Dodge Daytona to a 7th place finish. This would be the last NASCAR event to feature the aerodynamic winged car. Time of race: 3:27:40 Average Speed: 144.462 mph Pole Speed: 182.744 mph Cautions: 7 for 44 laps Margin of Victory: 10 sec Attendance: 80000 Purse: $45450
The first running of the Daytona 500 took place on February 22, 1959 with Lee Petty edging out Johnny Beauchamp in a dramatic photo finish. Beauchamp was initially declared the winner and it took NASCAR 3 days to determine that Petty had won. There were no caution flags during the race and it was the only Daytona 500 that featured convertibles (20 of the 59 starters ran convertibles). The race lasted 3:41:22 with an average speed of 135.521 mph. Time of race: 3:41:22 Average Speed: 135.521 mph Pole Speed: 140.121 mph Cautions: none Margin of Victory: 2 feet Attendance: 41921 Purse: $19050
Music video for HumUni's "Daytona 500" Remix off the "Coming Attractions EP". Public Lotto x HumUni production Shot by: Jelani Hypolite, Mokgethi Thinane, Ish Islam Edited by: Ish Islam HumUni's official mixtape "Group Think" releases for FREE download on Thanksgiving day (11.25.2010). For more info and to follow HumUni: facebook.com/humunimusic myspace.com/humunimusic twitter.com/humuni Suscribe to our YouTube channel! Thanks for any and all support and for watching. Have a wonderful today, and a pleasant tomorrow.
High Definition Music Video Buy full CD: www.amazon.com Ghostface Killah discography: www.discogs.com About song: "Daytona 500" is the solo debut single by Wu-Tang Clan rapper Ghostface Killah, featuring The Force MDs, Raekwon, and Cappadonna from his 1996 solo debut album Ironman. The title is taken from the most important and prestigious race on the NASCAR calendar: Daytona 500. Released unofficially, the song didn't chart on any charts but is considered a longtime favorite among Wu-Tang fans. The song was later added to his greatest hits album, Shaolin's Finest. Intro/chorus: The Force MDs---First verse: Raekwon---Second verse: Ghostface Killah---Third verse: Cappadonna Producer:RZA Samples:"Nautilus" by Bob James---"Turn the Beat Around" by Vicki Sue Robinson,---"Crab Apple" by Idris Muhammed,---"Da Mystery of Chessboxin'" by Wu-Tang Clan,---"Incarcerated Scarfaces" & "Ice Water" by Raekwon About music video: To complement the fast-paced nature of the track, the music video for "Daytona 500" is composed of clips from the original anime series Speed Racer.It is also one of the first anime music videos to be shown on a TV channel, and currently is one of the most popular anime music videos. In addition, it has been one of the earliest anime music videos ever made.
The 500 was the fourth round of the 1968 Grand National season and the Mercurys were the cars to beat.
an exciting finish to the 2010 Daytona 500 NASCAR Used up all 3 green white checkers which provided a lot of Drama Congrats to the winner no one deserves it More Tags Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota 00 David Reutimann Aaron's Dream Machine / Best Western / Tums 16th 51 Michael Waltrip NAPA Auto Parts New Team 56 Martin Truex, Jr. NAPA Auto Parts 33rd1 Earnhardt Ganassi Racing Chevrolet 1 Jamie McMurray Bass Pro Shops 23rd 42 Juan Pablo Montoya Target 8th Penske Racing Dodge 2 Kurt Busch Miller Lite 4th 12 Brad Keselowski Verizon Wirelessʋ 30th 77 Sam Hornish, Jr. Mobil 1 28th Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet 5 Mark Martin GoDaddy.com / Delphi / Carquest 2nd 24 Jeff Gordon DuPont / National Guard / Pepsi 3rd 48 Jimmie Johnson Lowe's / Kobalt Tools 1st 88 Dale Earnhardt, Jr. AMP Energy / National Guard 25th Roush Fenway Racing Ford 6 David Ragan UPS 27th 16 Greg Biffle 3M 7th 17 Matt Kenseth Crown Royal / Valvoline 14th 99 Carl Edwards Aflac / Subway / Scotts Miracle-Gro Company / Kelloggs 11th Robby Gordon Motorsports BAM Racing Toyota 7 Robby Gordon Monster Energy / Menards / POLARIS/ Warner Music 34th TBA 49 David Gilliland Warner Music Returning Team John Carter Racing Toyota 08 Terry Labonte TBA 50th Richard Petty Motorsports Ford 9 Kasey Kahne Budweiser 10th 19 Elliott Sadler Stanley Tools / Air Force / Hunt Brothers Pizza 26th 43 AJ Allmendinger Best Buy/ Insignia / Geek Squadbest 29th 98 Paul Menard Menards 24th4 Phoenix Racing Chevrolet 09 Aric Almirola TBA 38th Joe ...
Jamie McMurray has wandered through New York before largely unnoticed. That changed big time when he won the Daytona 500 Sunday. So much so, while part of a media tour in New York Tuesday, he was confronted by fans thrusting all sorts of stuff at him for autographs - including a Big Mac box. "NASCAR fans will bring some pretty random stuff to sign," McMurray told the Daily News. "The Big Mac box was the most creative." Moments before the fan left, McMurray shot a picture of the box and posted it on Twitter. McMurray isn't the first to win the Daytona 500, but he's the first to Tweet his way through the media blitz that follows. That's how the new stars of NASCAR roll. "The great part of Twitter is you get to show the fans what you're doing," McMurray told the News. "They can read about it from the writers, but when you see it from the driver's perspective and have pictures from his phone, it's different." McMurray has been doing a lot of Tweeting along his whirlwind tour of the city that started the morning after his win at Daytona. He got to New York Monday via NASCAR's jet, and had to rush off to Bergdorf Goodman for a suit and clothes for his wife. Then, with just moments to spare he was on the set at CBS' "Late Show with David Letterman." The tour picked up Tuesday with stops with Duke Castiglione at WNYW/Ch. 5, the Fox Business Channel, "Live with Regis & Kelly," a media luncheon, a call with the News, and a conference call after that.
Jamie talks about his big victory and the bigger pothole on the track.
Jamie McMurray gives an emotional interview after winning the Daytona 500. Credit goes to NASCAR and FOX
"I can't really put it into words the way it feels," said McMurray, who broke down in tears several times after the race. "I'm trying to be genuine and as sincere as I can and not sound cliche: as a kid growing up, this is what you dream of, of being able to win the Daytona 500." McMurray did it with a huge push from former teammate Greg Biffle to move past leader Kevin Harvick on NASCAR's second attempt at a "green-white-checkered" finish - a two-lap overtime policy that was tweaked this week to create exciting finishes. It worked. Once out front, McMurray still had to contend with Earnhardt, a 12-time Daytona winner who was bearing down on his rear bumper. When he beat him to the finish line by .119 seconds, McMurray climbed from his car, sprinted to the race logo in the infield grass, and dropped to his knees in a tear-soaked celebration. "Fans deserve probably more of a show, so that's what they got," said Earnhardt, who settled for second. Because the drivers weren't positive the patch of pavement between turns 1 and 2 could hold, they couldn't risk holding back after the second repair. It was possible that the track would split again over those final 80 miles, and the race would be called before its conclusion. So the drivers beat and banged their way through the field in a white-knuckle final 32 laps. Then a flurry of late-race accidents created three two-lap sprints. It was that final segment that was so breathtaking, in part because of Earnhardt's unbelievable ...
Jaime McMurray is the surprise winner after a marathon 52nd running of the Daytona 500
Mac daddy of the Daytona 500 Reunited with Chip Ganassi -- now at Earnhardt Ganassi Racing -- Jamie McMurray held off a last-lap charge from Dale Earnhardt Jr. to win the Great American Race. TWITTER: twitter.com
DAYTONA 500 Final Laps: McMurray gets his biggest win Comes out ahead after two green-white-checkered attempts for surprising victory. A teary-eyed Jamie McMurray talks about his road back from limbo to win Cup's biggest race.
Jamie McMurray wins the Daytona 500. Credit goes to NASCAR and Fox.
DAYTONA 500 2 LAPS RACE RESTART CAUSES CRASH & TURNS RACE INTO OVERDRIVE-NASCAR 2010. JOEY LOGANO SPINS OUT AND CRASHES OUT OF THE RACE AND WITH 2 LAPS LEFT SENDS THE RACE INTO OVERDRIVE! See More Of Nascar 2010 Daytona 500 At www.HumorVideos.tv
After surviving two green-white-checker attempts, Jamie McMurray captures his first Daytona 500 victory
Copyright Nascar and Fox Network An emotional speech from Jamie McMurrary after finishing first in the 2010 Daytona 500 race. Additional clips available from www.rgvmediamonitoring.com
Recorded on February 14, 2010 using a Flip Video camcorder.
Jimmie Johnson and Kasey Kahne each won qualifying races for the Daytona 500 by less than a second Thursday. Johnson edged Kevin Harvick by a mere five-thousandths of a second. Kahne nipped Tony Stewart by .014 seconds. (Feb. 11)
Robby Gordon Motorsports prepares the No.7 Monster Energy Toyota for the 2010 Daytona 500
(This is not a "official" entry list. This is just what I think what the entry list would look like. So keep the annotations on for any updates when I see any.) This is the entry list for the 2010 Daytona 500, the Great American Race. These are the drivers that will attempt to qualify for the race. NASCAR qualifying is on this Saturday at 1:00 pm EST. on FOX. I might be doing some Daytona 500 qualifying highlights, only the pole and second place position have been confirmed, I might do a few other drivers. Drivers not in the Top 35: TBA (I do not own the pictures and the song used) Music: "Dear Agony" Breaking Benjamin Hollywood Records
This race has now taken place, and any promotions will be soon/have been deactivated.
Michael Waltrip Racing Co-Owner Michael Waltrip weighs in on sponsorship in the racing business.
Tom Caruana presents Wutang Clan vs The Beatles 20.01.2010
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Looking forward to speed weeks in Daytona!! 2010 will be Dale Jr's year!!
Cale Yarborough and Donnie Alison the famous fist fight in the 1979 Daytona 500
Start Of The Race Daytona, Florida February 22, 1959 Margin Of Victory: Measured 2 Feet Full results and other facts here: www.racing-reference.info
NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series 49th Annual Daytona 500 Daytona International Speedway Dayona Beach. Florida February 18. 2007
NASCAR Winston Cup Series Daytona 500 Daytona International Speedway Daytona Beach, Florida Febuary 17, 2002 **To conclude Speedweeks 2002, It's time for "The Great American Race", the 44th Daytona 500!!!!.**