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:flag: 2012 Speedweeks @ Daytona :flag:
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DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
Daytona Beach, Florida

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Track Length: 2.5 miles
Banking: 31° Turns; 18° Tri-oval; 2° Back straightaway
Lap Record: 0:42.783/210.364 mph (Bill Elliott, 1987)

FULL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS (subject to change)
[spoiler]All times Eastern

Thursday, February 16th
1:00pm-5:00pm - ARCA Practice

Friday, February 17th
2:00pm - ARCA Qualifying
5:00pm-5:45pm - Budweiser Shootout Practice (SPEED)
6:30pm-7:30pm - Budweiser Shootout Final Practice (SPEED)
8:00pm - Budweiser Shootout Draw Party (SPEED)

Saturday, February 18th
10:00am-10:45am - ARCA Final Practice
11:00am-1:00pm - Sprint Cup Practice (SPEED)
2:00pm-3:45pm - Sprint Cup Practice (SPEED)
4:30pm - Lucas Oil SlickMist 200 (SPEED)
8:10pm - Budweiser Shootout (FOX)

Sunday, February 19th
1:05pm - Daytona 500 Pole Qualifying (FOX)

Wednesday, February 22nd
12:00pm-1:30pm - Sprint Cup Practice (SPEED)
2:30pm-4:00pm - Sprint Cup Practice (SPEED)

Thursday, February 23rd
9:00am-9:50am - Nationwide Series Practice
10:15am-11:50am - Nationwide Series Final Practice (ESPN2)
12:10pm-1:00pm - Camping World Truck Practice (SPEED)
2:00pm - Gatorade Duel at Daytona (SPEED)
6:00pm-7:20pm - Camping World Truck Final Practice (SPEED)

Friday, February 24th
11:00am-12:00pm - Sprint Cup Practice (SPEED)
12:30pm-1:30pm - Sprint Cup Practice (SPEED)
2:05pm - Nationwide Series Qualifying (ESPN2)
4:05pm - Camping World Truck Qualifying (SPEED)
8:00pm - NEXTERA Energy Resources 250 (SPEED)

Saturday, February 25th
10:30am-12:00pm - Sprint Cup Final Practice (SPEED)
1:00pm - DRIVE4COPD 300 (ESPN2)

Sunday, February 26th
1:00pm - 54th Annual Daytona 500 (FOX)[/spoiler]
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LUCAS OIL SLICKMIST 200
ARCA Racing Series pres. by Menards

February 18th @ 4:30pm EST on SPEED
Race Length: 200 miles/80 laps

Entry List: http://arcaracing.com/schedule.php?cont ... ry#details

Past Winners
[spoiler]1964 Nelson Stacy
1965 Iggy Katona
1966 Jack Bowsher
1967 Ralph Latham
1968 Andy Hampton
1969 Benny Parsons
1970 Ramo Stott
1971 Iggy Katona
1972 Andy Hampton
1973 Charlie Blanton
1974 Iggy Katona
1975 Ron Hutcherson
1976 Lennie Pond
1977 Woody Fisher
1978 Jim Sauter
1979 Kyle Petty
1980 John Rezek
1981 Tim Richmond
1982 Joe Ruttman
1983 Ferrel Harris
1984 Rick Wilson
1985 Glenn Sears
1986 Grant Adcox
1987 Ralph Jones
1988 Mickey Gibbs
1989 Ben Hess
1990 Jimmy Horton
1991 Ben Hess
1992 Jimmy Horton
1993 Jeff Purvis
1994 Mike Wallace
1995 Andy Hillenburg
1996 Jeff Purvis
1997 Andy Hillenburg
1998 Kenny Irwin
1999 Bobby Gerhart
2000 David Keith
2001 Ryan Newman
2002 Bobby Gerhart
2003 Chase Montgomery
2004 Kyle Busch
2005 Bobby Gerhart
2006 Bobby Gerhart
2007 Bobby Gerhart
2008 Michael Annett
2009 James Buescher
2010 Bobby Gerhart
2011 Bobby Gerhart[/spoiler]
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BUDWEISER SHOOTOUT
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

February 18th @ 8pm EST on FOX
Race Length: 75 laps, separated by two segments (25 and 50 laps)

Rules and Eligibility:
New Eligibility for 2012: The highest ranked 25 competitors in 2011 Driver Points will be eligible to compete. Previous winners at Daytona, including the Daytona 500, Coke Zero 400, and Bud Shootout are also eligible.
- A 10-minute stop will take place between the 25 and 50-lap segments
- During the stop, crews will be permitted to work on cars and will be allowed to perform functions they would do on a normal pit stop in a regular Sprint Cup event.(any action allowed in a pitstop is allowed in this period).
- Changing of springs, shock absorbers or rear-ends is not permitted.
- Caution flag laps count.
- Starting positions will be determined by a blind draw.

Entry List: http://www.jayski.com/stats/2012/bud2012.htm#drivers

Past Winners
[spoiler]1979 Buddy Baker
1980 Dale Earnhardt
1981 Darrell Waltrip
1982 Bobby Allison
1983 Neil Bonnett
1984 Neil Bonnett
1985 Terry Labonte
1986 Dale Earnhardt
1987 Bill Elliott
1988 Dale Earnhardt
1989 Ken Schrader
1990 Ken Schrader
1991 Dale Earnhardt
1992 Geoff Bodine
1993 Dale Earnhardt
1994 Jeff Gordon
1995 Dale Earnhardt
1996 Dale Jarrett
1997 Jeff Gordon
1998 Rusty Wallace
1999 Mark Martin
2000 Dale Jarrett
2001 Tony Stewart
2002 Tony Stewart
2003 Dale Earnhardt Jr
2004 Dale Jarrett
2005 Jimmie Johnson
2006 Denny Hamlin
2007 Tony Stewart
2008 Dale Earnhardt Jr
2009 Kevin Harvick
2010 Kevin Harvick
2011 Kurt Busch[/spoiler]
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GATORADE DUEL @ DAYTONA
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

February 23rd @ 2pm EST on SPEED
Race Length: Two 150-mile/60-lap races

Race Format:
- The two fastest qualifiers (the Daytona 500 pole winner and the outside pole winner) are awarded the pole positions for the two Duel races respectively. They will be locked into their respective positions regardless of Duel finish, unless they switch to a backup car for the 500, in which case they will start at the rear of the field.
- Cars at the Top-35 from the 2011 owners championship are split among both races. Odd-numbered positions race at the first race, while the even-numbered race at the second. Same with cars outside the Top-35.
- Starting positions are set by qualifying speeds.
- Top-35 cars are locked in the race. If a car outside the Top-35 qualifies in the front row, it'll also be locked into the race, despite his finishing position in the Duel.
- Most recent Sprint Cup champion entered not locked into the field will take the 43rd slot using a Past Champion's Provisional.

Past Winners
[spoiler]1959 Bob Welborn
1960 Fireball Roberts/Jack Smith
1961 Fireball Roberts/Joe Weatherly
1962 Fireball Roberts/Joe Weatherly
1963 Junior Johnson/Johnny Rutherford
1964 Junior Johnson/Bobby Isaac
1965 Darel Dieringer/Junior Johnson
1966 Paul Goldsmith/Earl Balmer
1967 LeeRoy Yarbrough/Fred Lorenzen
1968 RAINED OUT
1969 David Pearson/Bobby Isaac
1970 Cale Yarborough/Charlie Glotzbach
1971 Pete Hamilton/David Pearson
*1972 Bobby Isaac/Bobby Allison
1973 Buddy Baker/Coo Coo Marlin
1974 Bobby Isaac/Cale Yarborough
1975 Bobby Allison/David Pearson
1976 Dave Marcis/Darrell Waltrip
1977 Richard Petty/Cale Yarborough
1978 A.J Foyt/Darrell Waltrip
1979 Buddy Baker/Darrell Waltrip
1980 Neil Bonnett/Donnie Allison
1981 Bobby Allison/Darrell Waltrip
1982 Cale Yarborough/Buddy Baker
1983 Dale Earnhardt/Neil Bonnett
1984 Cale Yarborough/Bobby Allison
1985 Bill Elliott/Cale Yarborough
1986 Bill Elliott/Dale Earnhardt
1987 Ken Schrader/Benny Parsons
1988 Bobby Allison/Darrell Waltrip
1989 Ken Schrader/Terry Labonte
1990 Geoff Bodine/Dale Earnhardt
1991 Davey Allison/Dale Earnhardt
1992 Dale Earnhardt/Bill Elliott
1993 Jeff Gordon/Dale Earnhardt
1994 Ernie Irvan/Dale Earnhardt
1995 Sterling Marlin/Dale Earnhardt
1996 Dale Earnhardt/Ernie Irvan
1997 Dale Jarrett/Dale Earnhardt
1998 Sterling Marlin/Dale Earnhardt
1999 Bobby Labonte/Dale Earnhardt
2000 Bill Elliott/Ricky Rudd
2001 Sterling Marlin/Mike Skinner
2002 Jeff Gordon/Michael Waltrip
2003 Robby Gordon/Dale Earnhardt Jr
2004 Dale Earnhardt Jr/Elliott Sadler
2005 Michael Waltrip/Tony Stewart
2006 Elliott Sadler/Jeff Gordon
2007 Tony Stewart/Jeff Gordon
2008 Dale Earnhardt Jr/Denny Hamlin
2009 Jeff Gordon/Kyle Busch
2010 Jimmie Johnson/Kasey Kahne
2011 Kurt Busch/Jeff Burton

1959-1967 - 100 miles
1969-2004 - 125 miles
2005-present - 150 miles

* Became an exhibition (non-points) event. Prior to 1972, the qualifying races were points-paying events.[/spoiler]
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NEXTERA ENERGY RESOURCES 250
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

February 24th @ 8pm EST on SPEED
Race Length: 250 miles/100 laps

Entry List: http://www.jayski.com/cts/next/2012/ent ... -entry.htm

Past Winners
[spoiler]2000: Mike Wallace
2001: Joe Ruttman
2002: Robert Pressley
2003: Rick Crawford
2004: Carl Edwards
2005: Bobby Hamilton
2006: Mark Martin
2007: Jack Sprague
2008: Todd Bodine
2009: Todd Bodine
2010: Timothy Peters
2011: Michael Waltrip[/spoiler]
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DRIVE4COPD 300
NASCAR Nationwide Series

February 25th @ 1pm EST on ESPN2
Race Length: 300 miles/120 laps

Entry List: http://www.jayski.com/news/nationwide/2 ... Entry-List

Past Winners
[spoiler]1959 Banjo Matthews
1960 Marion Farr
1961 Jimmy Thompson
1962 Lee Roy Yarbrough
1963 Lee Roy Yarbrough
1964 Tiny Lund
1965 Marvin Panch
1966 Curtis Turner
1967 Jim Paschal
1968 Bunkie Blackburn
1969 Lee Roy Yarbrough
1970 Tiny Lund
1971 Red Farmer
1972 Bill Dennis
1973 Bill Dennis
1974 Bill Dennis
1975 Jack Ingram
1976 Joe Millikan
1977 Donnie Allison
1978 Darrell Waltrip
1979 Darrell Waltrip
1980 Jack Ingram
1981 David Pearson
1982 Dale Earnhardt
1983 Darrell Waltrip
1984 Darrell Waltrip
1985 Geoffrey Bodine
1986 Dale Earnhardt
1987 Geoffrey Bodine
1988 Bobby Allison
1989 Darrell Waltrip
1990 Dale Earnhardt
1991 Dale Earnhardt
1992 Dale Earnhardt
1993 Dale Earnhardt
1994 Dale Earnhardt
1995 Chad Little
1996 Steve Grissom
1997 Randy LaJoie
1998 Joe Nemechek
1999 Randy LaJoie
2000 Matt Kenseth
2001 Randy LaJoie
2002 Dale Earnhardt Jr.
2003 Dale Earnhardt Jr.
2004 Dale Earnhardt Jr.
2005 Tony Stewart
2006 Tony Stewart
2007 Kevin Harvick
2008 Tony Stewart
2009 Tony Stewart
2010 Tony Stewart
2011 Tony Stewart[/spoiler]
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54TH ANNUAL DAYTONA 500
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

February 26th @ 1pm EST on FOX
Race Length: 500 miles/200 laps

Entry List: http://www.jayski.com/news/stats/2012/s ... Entry-List

Past Winners
[spoiler]1959 Lee Petty
1960 Junior Johnson
1961 Marvin Panch
1962 Fireball Roberts
1963 Tiny Lund
1964 Richard Petty
1965 Fred Lorenzen
1966 Richard Petty
1967 Mario Andretti
1968 Cale Yarborough
1969 LeeRoy Yarbrough
1970 Pete Hamilton
1971 Richard Petty
1972 A.J. Foyt
1973 Richard Petty
1974 Richard Petty
1975 Benny Parsons
1976 David Pearson
1977 Cale Yarborough
1978 Bobby Allison
1979 Richard Petty
1980 Buddy Baker
1981 Richard Petty
1982 Bobby Allison
1983 Cale Yarborough
1984 Cale Yarborough
1985 Bill Elliott
1986 Geoff Bodine
1987 Bill Elliott
1988 Bobby Allison
1989 Darrell Waltrip
1990 Derrike Cope
1991 Ernie Irvan
1992 Davey Allison
1993 Dale Jarrett
1994 Sterling Marlin
1995 Sterling Marlin
1996 Dale Jarrett
1997 Jeff Gordon
1998 Dale Earnhardt
1999 Jeff Gordon
2000 Dale Jarrett
2001 Michael Waltrip
2002 Ward Burton
2003 Michael Waltrip
2004 Dale Earnhardt Jr
2005 Jeff Gordon
2006 Jimmie Johnson
2007 Kevin Harvick
2008 Ryan Newman
2009 Matt Kenseth
2010 Jamie McMurray
2011 Trevor Bayne[/spoiler]


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 10:19 pm 
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So why did they move it back a week?

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Joe A wrote:
So why did they move it back a week?
If I remember right it was to avoid conflicting with the Super Bowl*

*If the NFL had gone to an 18 game schedule before the lockout ended.

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Joe A wrote:
So why did they move it back a week?

removes the break in the middle of march


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NASCAR wanted to eliminate the early season week off. They felt (and I felt the same) that it breaks any early season momentum.

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Joe A wrote:
So why did they move it back a week?
If I remember right it was to avoid conflicting with the Super Bowl*

*If the NFL had gone to an 18 game schedule before the lockout ended.


this is correct. any other reason nascar states is just an excuse.


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WOOO TONA


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DAYTONA MOTHERFUCKERS

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Seems so far away right now... can't wait.


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DEGA! ... Oh wait...


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Have they come out with an actual list of drivers committed to the Shootout yet?


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All that's really been set in stone is that Michael Waltrip will run the #55 the Shootout, just as he will do in the 500. No Mark Martin I assume unless they enter a 4th MWR car.

That, and it's likely Trevor Bayne won't run the Shootout. Either the Wood Brothers take a "no beer-sponsored exhibition races" stance like Petty Enterprises does, or they're simply saving their efforts for the 500. Can't remember which at this time.


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Cartman wrote:
All that's really been set in stone is that Michael Waltrip will run the #55 the Shootout, just as he will do in the 500. No Mark Martin I assume unless they enter a 4th MWR car.

That, and it's likely Trevor Bayne won't run the Shootout. Either the Wood Brothers take a "no beer-sponsored exhibition races" stance like Petty Enterprises does, or they're simply saving their efforts for the 500. Can't remember which at this time.


Probably don't have the funds to run the Shootout, the Wood Brothers have run in the Shootout plenty of times.


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Yeah, it's a sponsorship funds issue. Larry Mac mentioned during the last day of testing that they hadn't "sold" the race and were just going to focus on the 500.


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Would love to see a halfway decent ARCA race this year, but that's like asking for the world to stop spinning for a day. It can't be done...

Inb4 HEY GUIZE LOOK WHOS BAAAAAAAAACK!!


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Phil R. wrote:
Would love to see a halfway decent ARCA race this year, but that's like asking for the world to stop spinning for a day. It can't be done...

Having Milka Duno around doesn't make it any better.

Oh hey, the #55 Venturini Motorsports car is now TBA on the entry list. Perhaps a certain son of a chicken restaurant founder might show up after all.....


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The ARCA race at Daytona has been a disappointing follow the leader type race the last few years, with nobody so much as trying to make a move at the end.


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Gerhart will pit on lap 10 under a caution and then go the rest of the way on fuel like he always does and win.


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