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Almost 75 percent of Daytona 500 margin concerned in crashes

Forty cars began a day during a start line of a Daytona 500, though with 59 laps to go, a second vast wreck of a day occurred, promulgation a litany of cars onto a infield.

Then, Joey Gase went off a track, definition roughly three-quarters of a margin had been concerned in a crash.

First it was Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kyle Busch being knocked out, with Busch blaming his sponsor Goodyear for a crash. Then Jimmie Johnson and Danica Patrick headlined a initial vast pile-up of a day, followed by a three-car pileup mins after a Johnson-Patrick pile-up was cleared.

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