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Joey Logano Wins His 1st Daytona 500!
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Drivers before the race expected a wreck-fest. But instead there were a lot of incident-free laps run. Pole-sitter Jeff Gordon got caught up in a wreck however despite leading the race high of 87 laps. In the end Joey Logano outran Kevin Harvick and Dale Earnhardt Jr. to win his first Daytona 500 and get the victory for Penske.

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