Tony Stewart took his 5th win in the last six February Nationwide races, but his concern was for the drivers and fans after the race.
NASCAR and NBC agree on contract for 20 races each season from 2015 onward.
Joie Chitwood, Daytona International Speedway president and Steve O'Donnell NASCAR’s senior vice president of racing operations provided the update on injuries.
Michael Annett was involved in a 11-car crash in the Nationwide race in Daytona on lap 116 which caused a red flag. The race was restarted.
Joe Chitwood said that 14 people were transported off-site and 14 were treated on-site after the last lap incident.
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Bruce Martin, Special to Motorsport.com
Patrick to Open 2014 NNS Season in No. 30 Florida Lottery Chevrolet Camaro
Brendan Gaughan has returned to victory lane in NASCAR.
Joe Jennings, NASCAR Correspondent
The top stories as NASCAR's best head to Richmond International Raceway...
Earnhardt Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates development driver will pilot the No. 32 Turner Scott Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro in the Nationwide Series.
Daytona International Speedway and ISC will break ground on their renovations after the checkered flag drops on the July 4th weekend. First race in 2014 will be the 24 Hours sportscar race before the start of NASCAR Speedweeks.
Trevor Bayne wins pole and Sam Hornish Jr. finishes second with Travis Pastrana in fourth.
By: Amanda Vincent, NASCAR Correspondent
Fuel mileage affected the outcome with a late-race crash
Tempers flared after Brian Scott, Austin Dillon and Justin Allgaier were involved in a late race crash. Scott blamed Nelson Piquet Jr. and tempers flared on pit road. Later that night, two RCR crew members were arrested in the parking lot where the...
Amanda Vincent, NASCAR Correspondent
The NASCAR Nationwide Series driver has been indefinitely suspended.