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Reddick takes photo finish at Daytona.

In the fifth overtime of NASCAR's Xfinity Series race at Daytona, Tyler Reddick edges teammate Elliott Sadler by inches at the finish line to capture the checkered flag.

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Furniture Row Racing owner Barney Visser describes the feeling that led him to the hospital and resulted in heart bypass surgery last November:

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NASCAR ejected three Xfinity Series crew members for at-track inspection issues in qualifying tech yesterday. Richard Childress Racing crew chief Nick Harrison as well as his car chief were ejected for the Austin Dillon car having rear suspension violations. Mike Harmon's crew chief was ejected for the car failing prequalifying tech four times. Neither will attempt to qualify for the race today, although both could get in on owner points and Dillon could get in with a past champion's provisonal. Any additional penalties will be determined next week.

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Johnson calls Daytona 'all or nothing race.'

Jimmie Johnson says the Daytona 500 is a long race and it is important not to get too up or down throughout.

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David Gilliland believes his start Sunday in the Daytona 500 will be his last Daytona 500. The 41-year-old driver, who sat on the pole in 2007 and finished third in 2011, has not competed in the event since 2015 to focus on building a late model team to help develop his son, Todd. Gilliland, who drove a Kyle Busch Motorsports truck Friday night, will drive for Ricky Benton Racing in the Daytona 500: "It will probably be my last one. … We're focusing on our [racing] business and growing it. You drive something like this [truck], it spoils you. Opportunities for a 41-year-old guy to drive that [good] stuff are few and far between."

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