What were you doing when you were 20 years old? Well, Trevor Bayne, who just turned 20 on Saturday, won the Daytona 500 Sunday afternoon in a Sprint Cup event at Daytona International Speedway. Bayne, driver of the No. 21 Wood Brothers Ford Fusion and Knoxville, Tenn., native, became the second-youngest and 35th different winner of the Great American Race. Bayne, who began the race in 32nd place, outraced second-place finisher Carl Edwards, third-place David Gilliland, fourth-place Bobby Labonte (yes, that's the same old Bobby Labonte) and fifth-place Kurt Busch.
"I keep thinking I am dreaming," said Bayne after the race. "I am so thankful for the job these guys did on this racecar... Wow, this is unbelievable."
Bayne won a historic race that featured three different records: 16 cautions, 74 lead changes and 22 different leaders.
A storybook ending would have concluded with Dale Earnhardt Jr., driver of the No. 88 car and son of legendary NASCAR racer Dale Earnhardt Sr. who died in a fatal crash at Daytona 10years ago, finishing first. However, Earnhardt, who was in contention all day, wrecked in the final laps and finished 24th. NASCAR favorite Mark Martin also had a shot, but finished 10th. Tony Stewart, who was Earnhardt's drafting partner late in the race, finished 13th.
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