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Ricky Stenhouse Jr. wins the Daytona 500

The No. 47 was the leader at the time of the caution.



Today’s race at Daytona was a thrilling event, and our close acquaintance Ricky Stenhouse emerged victorious, winning The Great American Race.

Interestingly, Ricky had attended his first PBR event in Winston-Salem even before he had secured a ride in the Cup series.

After 12 attempts at the Daytona 500, Ricky has finally left his mark on the motor sports world with this triumph, making for an incredible story of perseverance and triumph for a driver who belongs to a single-car team.

At one point during the race, it seemed like Richard Childress Racing was poised for a 1-2 finish, with Kyle Busch and Carolina Cowboys’ GM Austin Dillon leading the way until a late accident caused a pile-up behind them.

As they say, that’s how racing goes. Although it’s still early in the NASCAR season, the RCR cars seem to be remarkably speedy!

This is a developing story that will be updated when more information is available.