NASCAR's continued quest for more side-by-side action on the larger ovals will continue with a test after Sunday's race at Michigan.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams wrapped up their Daytona International Speedway testing of the new cars for the 2013 season.
NASCAR Sprint Cup testing was uneventful until Earnhardt Jr. decided to give Ambrose a push going down the back stretch. It did not work out as planned. A total of 12 cars were involved in the crash that followed.
The JGR drivers Hamlin, Kenseth and Bush set the top-three times testing the draft. Most teams concentrated on single car runs with Burton holding the single car fastest lap speed.
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On day 2 drivers were testing drafting at Daytona for first time in Gen-6 Car when Earnhardt and Ambrose got together.