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Daytona 500 winners, results, and facts

Daytona 500 Winners, Results, and Facts

The NASCAR Daytona 500 is one of the biggest racing events of the entire year behind the Indianapolis 500. Originated in 1959, the Daytona 500 has been labeled “The Great American Race” due to how the race used to have all American manufacturers and drivers.

NASCAR drivers start off the year trying to win their version of the “Super Bowl.” It’s the most important race of the year and has the most hype surrounding it. A driver adding their name to the list as a Daytona 500 winner solidifies their name in racing history.

Here’s a complete list of Daytona 500 winners since the event began in 1959.

1959 Daytona 500, winner – Lee Petty

Lee Petty won the inaugural Daytona 500 three days after the event due to a photo-finish at the line. Petty drove the No. 42 Oldsmobile with Petty Enterprises and led 38 out of 200 laps, defeating Johnny Beauchamp.

1960 Daytona 500, winner – Junior Johnson

1960 Daytona 500, winner - Junior Johnson

Junior Johnson won the second annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 27 Chevrolet for John Masoni. Johnson led the 67 laps, which was the most of the 200 lap event, and beat the likes of Lee Petty and Richard Petty.

1961 Daytona 500, winner – Marvin Panch

Marvin Panch won the third annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 20 Pontiac for Smokey Yunick. Panch led 13 laps and came away victorious, despite Fireball Roberts leading 170 laps and an engine issue that ended his day.

1962 Daytona 500, winner – Fireball Roberts

Fireball Roberts won the fourth annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 22 Pontiac for Smokey Yunick. Roberts dominated the race for a second straight year, but this time came home victorious after leading 144 out of 200 laps.

1963 Daytona 500, winner – Tiny Lund

Tiny Lund won the fifth annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 21 Ford for Wood Brothers Racing. Lund had replaced Marvin Panch, the team’s original driver after he saved him from a burning sports car earlier in the month. Lund led 17 out of 200 laps and beat Fred Lorenzen, who led a race-high 77 laps.

1964 Daytona 500, winner – Richard Petty

Richard Petty won the sixth annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 43 Plymouth for Petty Enterprises. Petty dominated the race by leading 184 out of 200 laps en route to his first of many victories in the event.

1965 Daytona 500, winner – Fred Lorenzen

Fred Lorenzen won the seventh annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 28 Ford for Holman-Moody. Lorenzen led 25 of the 133 laps, which was the first Daytona 500 shortened by rain in the event’s history.

1966 Daytona 500, winner – Richard Petty

Richard Petty won the eighth annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 43 Plymouth for Petty Enterprises. Petty led the field with 108 out of 200 laps led and beat Cale Yarborough, who led 33 laps during the race.

1967 Daytona 500, winner – Mario Andretti

Mario Andretti won the ninth annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 11 Ford for Holman-Moody. Andretti led 112 out of 200 laps in his only recorded victory in NASCAR’s top series.

1968 Daytona 500, winner – Cale Yarborough

Cale Yarborough won the 10th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 21 Mercury for Wood Brothers Racing. Yarborough led a race-high 76 laps and beat LeeRoy Yarbrough, who led 62 laps.

1969 Daytona 500, winner – LeeRoy Yarbrough

LeeRoy Yarbrough won the 11th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 98 Ford for Junior Johnson & Associates. Yarbrough only led 18 laps but beat Charlie Glotzbach and Donnie Allison, who combined to lead 138 laps.

1970 Daytona 500, winner – Pete Hamilton

Pete Hamilton won the 12th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 40 Plymouth for Petty Enterprises. Hamilton led 13 laps and beat David Pearson, who led a race-high 82 laps.

1971 Daytona 500, winner – Richard Petty

Richard Petty won the 13th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 43 Plymouth for Petty Enterprises. Petty led 69 out of 200 laps and beat teammate Buddy Baker to win a third time in the race’s history.

1972 Daytona 500, winner – A.J. Foyt

A.J. Foyt won the 14th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 21 Mercury for Wood Brothers Racing. Foyt dominated the event by leading 167 laps in his final NASCAR victory and only victory in the Great American Race.

1973 Daytona 500, winner – Richard Petty

1973 Daytona 500, winner - Richard Petty

Richard Petty won the 15th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 43 Dodge for Petty Enterprises. Petty only led 17 laps during the race and ended up as the beneficiary to Buddy Baker having an engine issue, who led 156 laps.

1974 Daytona 500, winner – Richard Petty

Richard Petty won the 16th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 43 Dodge for Petty Enterprises. Petty led a race-high 74 laps en route to his fifth career victory in the 500.

1975 Daytona 500, winner – Benny Parsons

Benny Parsons won the 17th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 72 Chevrolet for L.G. DeWitt. Parsons only led four laps during the race and beat David Pearson, who led a race-high 74 laps.

1976 Daytona 500, winner – David Pearson

David Pearson won the 18th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 21 Mercury for Wood Brothers Racing. Pearson led 37 laps during the race and beat out Richard Petty who finished in second place.

1977 Daytona 500, winner – Cale Yarborough

Cale Yarborough won the 19th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 11 Chevrolet for Junior Johnson & Associates. Yarborough led 137 of the 200 laps and beat Benny Parsons who finished in second place.

1978 Daytona 500, winner – Bobby Allison

Bobby Allison won the 20th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 15 Ford for Bud Moore Engineering. Allison led 28 laps and beat out Buddy Baker who led a race-high 76 laps before suffering another engine issue.

1979 Daytona 500, winner – Richard Petty

Richard Petty won the 21st annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 43 Oldsmobile for Petty Enterprises. Petty only led 12 laps while passing both Donnie Allison and Cale Yarborough with one lap to go. This is the year of the famous brawl on the backstretch between Allison and Yarborough.

1980 Daytona 500, winner – Buddy Baker

Buddy Baker won the 22nd annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 28 Oldsmobile for Rainer-Lundy. Baker led a race-high 143 laps en route to his first and only Daytona 500 victory after countless heartbreaks in previous years.

1981 Daytona 500, winner – Richard Petty

Richard Petty won the 23rd annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 43 Buick for Petty Enterprises. Petty led 27 laps and beat Benny Parsons, who led a race-high 117 laps. This was Petty’s seventh and final Daytona 500 victory of his illustrious career.

1982 Daytona 500, winner – Bobby Allison

Bobby Allison won the 24th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 88 Buick for DiGard Motorsports. Allison dominated by leading 147 out of 200 laps and beat out Cale Yarborough for his second victory in the race’s history.

1983 Daytona 500, winner – Cale Yarborough

Cale Yarborough won the 25th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 28 Pontiac for Rainer-Lundy. Yarborough led 23 laps during the race and beat out Bill Elliott for his third victory at the Great American Race.

1984 Daytona 500, winner – Cale Yarborough

1984 Daytona 500, winner - Cale Yarborough

Cale Yarborough won the 26th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 28 Chevrolet for Rainer-Lundy. Yarborough led 89 laps and beat out Dale Earnhardt, Sr. for his fourth and final Daytona 500 victory of his career.

1985 Daytona 500, winner – Bill Elliott

Bill Elliott won the 27th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 9 Ford for Melling Racing. Elliott led a race-high 136 laps and beat out Lake Speed for his first career Daytona 500 win.

1986 Daytona 500, winner – Geoffrey Bodine

Geoffrey Bodine won the 28th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 5 Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports. Bodine led 101 laps and gave Hendrick Motorsports its first win in the Daytona 500 by beating Terry Labonte.

1987 Daytona 500, winner – Bill Elliott

Bill Elliott won the 29th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 9 Ford for Melling Racing. Elliott led 102 laps en route to his second and final Daytona 500 victory by beating Benny Parsons.

1988 Daytona 500, winner – Bobby Allison

Bobby Allison won the 30th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 12 Buick for Stavola Brothers Racing. Allison led a race-high 70 laps and beat his son Davey Allison for his final victory in NASCAR’s top series.

1989 Daytona 500, winner – Darrell Waltrip

Darrell Waltrip won the 31st annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 17 Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports. Waltrip led 25 laps and defeated Hendrick Motorsports teammate Ken Schrader, who led 114 laps.

1990 Daytona 500, winner – Derrike Cope

Derrike Cope won the 32nd annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 10 Chevrolet for Whitcomb Racing. Cope only led five laps and beat out Dale Earnhardt, Sr., who led a total of 155 laps during the race.

1991 Daytona 500, winner – Ernie Irvan

Ernie Irvan won the 33rd annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 4 Chevrolet for Morgan-McClure Motorsports. Irvan led 29 laps and beat Kyle Petty, who led a race-high 51 laps before crashing.

1992 Daytona 500, winner – Davey Allison

Davey Allison won the 34th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 28 Ford for Robert Yates Racing. Allison led 127 laps en route to his only Daytona 500 victory by beating Morgan Shepard.

1993 Daytona 500, winner – Dale Jarrett

Dale Jarrett won the 35th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 18 Chevrolet for Joe Gibbs Racing. Jarrett only led eight laps during the race and beat Dale Earnhardt, Sr., who led a race-high 107 laps.

1994 Daytona 500, winner – Sterling Marlin

1994 Daytona 500, winner - Sterling Marlin

Sterling Marlin won the 36th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 4 for Morgan-McClure Motorsports. Marlin led 30 laps and won his first career race in his 279th career start at NASCAR’s top level.

1995 Daytona 500, winner – Sterling Marlin

Sterling Marlin won the 37th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 4 for Morgan-McClure Motorsports. Marlin led a race-high 105 laps and won his second career race, plus his second-straight victory in the event.

1996 Daytona 500, winner – Dale Jarrett

Dale Jarrett won the 38th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 88 Ford for Robert Yates Racing. Jarrett led 40 laps during the race and beat Dale Earnhardt, Sr. who finished second and led 32 laps.

1997 Daytona 500, winner – Jeff Gordon

Jeff Gordon won the 39th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 24 Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports. Gordon led 40 laps and finished ahead of his teammates for a 1-2-3 Hendrick Motorsports finish.

1998 Daytona 500, winner – Dale Earnhardt, Sr.

1998 Daytona 500, winner - Dale Earnhardt, Sr.

Dale Earnhardt, Sr. won the 40th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 3 Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing. Earnhardt led 107 laps and won his career Daytona 500 by beating Bobby Labonte. This was one of the most famous wins in NASCAR history.

1999 Daytona 500, winner – Jeff Gordon

Jeff Gordon won the 41st annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 24 Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports. Gordon only led 17 laps and beat Rusty Wallace, who led a race-high 104 laps.

2000 Daytona 500, winner – Dale Jarrett

Dale Jarrett won the 42nd annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 88 Ford for Robert Yates Racing. Jarrett led 89 laps and beat out Jeff Burton en route to his final victory in the Great American Race.

2001 Daytona 500, winner – Michael Waltrip

Michael Waltrip won the 43rd annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 15 Chevrolet for Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Waltrip led 27 laps and beat out Dale Earnhardt, Jr. for his career win in his 463rd start. Dale Earnhardt, Sr. passed away on the final lap of the race while keeping Waltrip and his son in the front of the field.

2002 Daytona 500, winner – Ward Burton

Ward Burton won the 44th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 22 Dodge for Bill Davis Racing. Burton led only five laps during the race and beat out Elliott Sadler for his first Daytona 500 victory.

2003 Daytona 500, winner – Michael Waltrip

Michael Waltrip won the 45th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 15 Chevrolet for Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Waltrip led 68 out of 109 laps and won his second Daytona 500 in a rain-shortened race.

2004 Daytona 500, winner – Dale Earnhardt, Jr.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the 46th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 8 Chevrolet for Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Earnhardt led 58 laps and beat Tony Stewart, who led a race-high 98 laps. It was the most emotional win since the 2001 Pepsi 400, which was the first race at Daytona since his father’s death.

2005 Daytona 500, winner – Jeff Gordon

Jeff Gordon won the 47th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 24 Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports. Gordon led 29 laps and beat out Tony Stewart, who led a race-high 107 laps, for his third and final Daytona 500 victory.

2006 Daytona 500, winner – Jimmie Johnson

Jimmie Johnson won the 48th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 48 Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports. Johnson led 24 laps and beat out Casey Mears for his first Daytona 500 victory. Darian Grubb was Johnson’s crew chief due to Chad Knaus’ suspension.

2007 Daytona 500, winner – Kevin Harvick

Kevin Harvick won the 49th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 29 Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing. Harvick only led four laps and beat out Mark Martin, who led 26 laps, in one of the best finishes in the race’s history.

2008 Daytona 500, winner – Ryan Newman

Ryan Newman won the 50th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 12 Ford for Team Penske. Newman led eight laps and won on a push by his teammate Kurt Busch for his first career Daytona 500 win.

2009 Daytona 500, winner – Matt Kenseth

2009 Daytona 500, winner - Matt Kenseth

Matt Kenseth won the 51st annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 17 Ford for Roush Fenway Racing. Kenseth led seven laps and beat out Kevin Harvick for his first career Daytona 500 victory.

2010 Daytona 500, winner – Jamie McMurray

Jamie McMurray won the 52nd annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 1 Chevrolet for Earnhardt Ganassi Racing. McMurray led only two laps and beat out Dale Earnhardt, Jr. for his only win in the Great American Race.

2011 Daytona 500, winner – Trevor Bayne

Trevor Bayne won the 53rd annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 21 Chevrolet for Wood Brothers Racing. Bayne led six laps and beat out Carl Edwards for his only career win in NASCAR and Wood Brothers Racing’s first Daytona 500 since 1976 with David Pearson.

2012 Daytona 500, winner – Matt Kenseth

Matt Kenseth won the 54th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 17 Ford for Roush Fenway Racing. Kenseth led 50 laps and beat out Dale Earnhardt, Jr. for his final Daytona 500 victory.

2013 Daytona 500, winner – Jimmie Johnson

Jimmie Johnson won the 55th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 48 Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports. Johnson led 17 laps and beat out teammate Dale Earnhardt, Jr. for his final Daytona 500 victory.

2014 Daytona 500, winner – Dale Earnhardt, Jr.

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. won the 56th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 88 Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports. Earnhardt led 54 laps and beat Denny Hamlin for his final victory in the Great American Race.

2015 Daytona 500, winner – Joey Logano

Joey Logano won the 57th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 22 Ford for Team Penske. Logano led 31 laps and beat out Kevin Harvick for his first victory in the Daytona 500.

2016 Daytona 500, winner – Denny Hamlin

Denny Hamlin won the 58th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 11 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing. Hamlin led a race-high 95 laps and beat out Martin Truex, Jr. in the closest finish in the race’s history.

2017 Daytona 500, winner – Kurt Busch

Kurt Busch won the 59th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 41 Ford for Stewart-Haas Racing. Busch only led one lap and passed Kyle Larson when he ran out of fuel for his first victory in the Great American Race.

2018 Daytona 500, winner – Austin Dillon

Austin Dillon won the 60th annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 3 Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing. Dillon only led one lap and beat Bubba Wallace after Aric Almirola crashed on the backstretch.

2019 Daytona 500, winner – Denny Hamlin

Denny Hamlin won the 61st annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 11 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing. Hamlin led 30 laps and beat out teammate Kyle Busch, who led 37 laps, for his second victory in the event.

2020 Daytona 500, winner – Denny Hamlin

Denny Hamlin won the 62nd annual Daytona 500 driving the No. 11 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing. Hamlin led 79 laps, which is the most by a winner in the race since Dale Jarrett in 2000, and beat Ryan Blaney after a scary crash involving Ryan Newman on the final lap.

Who won the Daytona 500?

Michael McDowell won the 63rd annual Daytona 500 in 2021 after a crash on the final lap of the race. Joey Logano was leading and teammate Brad Keselowski tried to pass him on the backstretch. While attempting the pass, Logano came down and the two of them crashed.

McDowell was the third car in line and avoided the wreck. The 36-year-old Front Row Motorsports driver led one lap and won his first career race in his 358th NASCAR Cup Series start.

2021 Daytona 500 results

Fun Facts

Who has the most Daytona 500 victories? – Richard Petty won the event on seven different occasions.

How many laps is the Daytona 500? – 200 laps around the 2.5 mile oval.

How long is the Daytona 500? – The race takes around 3.5 hours to complete each year.

What is the longest Daytona 500? – The race in 2020 lasted 209 laps, which equals out to 522.5 miles.

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1992 Daytona 500 Winner: Davey Allison

1992 Daytona 500 Winner: Davey Allison

Davey Allison (center) celebrates in victory lane at Daytona International Speedway with crew chief Larry McReynolds (left) and car owner Robert Yates (right) after winning the 1992 Daytona 500. This was the first Daytona 500 run in the 'Generation 4' car era.
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1993 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Jarrett

1993 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Jarrett

Dale Jarrett celebrates winning the 1993 Daytona 500 for team owner Joe Gibbs.
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1994 Daytona 500 Winner: Sterling Marlin

1994 Daytona 500 Winner: Sterling Marlin

Sterling Marlin takes the checkered flag and the win in the 1994 Daytona 500, ahead of Ernie Irvan.
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1995 Daytona 500 Winner: Sterling Marlin

1995 Daytona 500 Winner: Sterling Marlin

Sterling Marlin made it back-to-back Daytona 500 wins by capturing the 1995 edition of The Great American Race.
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1996 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Jarrett

1996 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Jarrett

Dale Jarrett beats Dale Earnhardt, Ken Schrader, Mark Martin and Jeff Burton to the checkered to win the 1996 Daytona 500. It was Jarrett's second victory in the 500.
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1996 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Jarrett

1996 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Jarrett

Dale Jarrett celebrates in Victory Lane after winning his second Daytona 500 and first for Robert Yates Racing.
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1997 Daytona 500 Winner: Jeff Gordon

1997 Daytona 500 Winner: Jeff Gordon

Jeff Gordon celebrates scoring his first Daytona 500 win in 1997, when Hendrick Motorsports drivers took the top three finishing positions.
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1998 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Earnhardt

1998 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Earnhardt

Crew members gather along pit road in 1998 to congratulate Dale Earnhardt on his first Daytona 500 victory in his 20th try.
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1998 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Earnhardt

1998 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Earnhardt

Dale Earnhardt celebrates his milestone 1998 Daytona win with daughter Taylor (right) and car owner Richard Childress' grandsons Ty (left) and Austin Dillon (right). Ty and Austin are now drivers in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, respectively.
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1999 Daytona 500 Winner: Jeff Gordon

1999 Daytona 500 Winner: Jeff Gordon

Jeff Gordon made it two Daytona 500 wins in three years with his victory in the 1999 season opener.
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2000 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Jarrett

2000 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Jarrett

Dale Jarrett (88) leads Terry Labonte, Darrell Waltrip and Jimmy Spencer in 2000 on his way to winning the Daytona 500 for the third and final time.
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2000 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Jarrett

2000 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Jarrett

Dale Jarrett (right) is congratulated by his legendary racing father, Ned Jarrett, after capturing the 2000 Daytona 500.
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2001 Daytona 500 Winner: Michael Waltrip

2001 Daytona 500 Winner: Michael Waltrip

Michael Waltrip (15) edges Dale Earnhardt Inc. teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr. (8) to score his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win in the 2001 edition of the Daytona 500. Tragically, Waltrip's car owner, Dale Earnhardt Sr., was killed on the final lap of the race.
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2001 Daytona 500 Winner: Michael Waltrip

2001 Daytona 500 Winner: Michael Waltrip

Michael Waltrip celebrates his win in the 2001 Daytona 500, which marked his first start for Dale Earnhardt Inc.
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2002 Daytona 500 Winner: Ward Burton

2002 Daytona 500 Winner: Ward Burton

Ward Burton crosses the finish line ahead of Elliott Sadler to score an upset win in the 2002 Daytona 500.
2002 Daytona 500 Winner: Ward Burton

2002 Daytona 500 Winner: Ward Burton

Ward Burton celebrates his 2002 Daytona 500 win with wife Tabitha and son Jeb, now a driver in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
2003 Daytona 500 Winner: Michael Waltrip

2003 Daytona 500 Winner: Michael Waltrip

Michael Waltrip celebrates his second Daytona 500 victory on Feb. 16, 2003.
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2004 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Earnhardt Jr.

2004 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Crew members run out to congratulate Dale Earnhardt Jr. on winning the 2004 Daytona 500.
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2004 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Earnhardt Jr.

2004 Daytona 500 Winner: Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. celebrates his 2004 Daytona 500 win in style.
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2005 Daytona 500 Winner: Jeff Gordon

2005 Daytona 500 Winner: Jeff Gordon

Jeff Gordon (left) hugs team owner Rick Hendrick after scoring his third Daytona 500 win the 2005 running of the Great American Race.  
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2006 Daytona 500 Winner: Jimmie Johnson

2006 Daytona 500 Winner: Jimmie Johnson

The car of 2006 Daytona 500 winner Jimmie Johnson sits in victory lane covered in confetti.
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2006 Daytona 500 Winner: Jimmie Johnson

2006 Daytona 500 Winner: Jimmie Johnson

Jimmie Johnson celebrates picking up Daytona 500 win No. 1 in 2006.
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2007 Daytona 500 Winner: Kevin Harvick

2007 Daytona 500 Winner: Kevin Harvick

Kevin Harvick (29) nips Mark Martin (01) at the finish line to win the 2007 Daytona 500. The race marked the final Daytona 500 before NASCAR made the full switch to the Gen-5 or "Car of Tomorrow" the following season.
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2007 Daytona 500 Winner: Kevin Harvick

2007 Daytona 500 Winner: Kevin Harvick

Kevin Harvick (right) celebrates with team owner Richard Childress (left) and team members after the 2007 Daytona 500.
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Daytona 500
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Race 1 of the 2000 NASCAR Winston Cup SeriesClick on a heading to sort by that column 2000 Standings
2000 Schedule
 DateTrackWinnerPole
1Feb 20, 2000DaytonaDale JarrettDale Jarrett
2Feb 27, 2000RockinghamBobby LabonteRusty Wallace
3Mar 5, 2000Las VegasJeff BurtonRicky Rudd
4Mar 12, 2000AtlantaDale EarnhardtDale Jarrett
5Mar 19, 2000DarlingtonWard BurtonJeff Gordon
6Mar 26, 2000BristolRusty WallaceSteve Park
7Apr 2, 2000TexasDale Earnhardt Jr.Terry Labonte
8Apr 9, 2000MartinsvilleMark MartinRusty Wallace
9Apr 16, 2000TalladegaJeff GordonJeremy Mayfield
10Apr 30, 2000California (Auto Club)Jeremy MayfieldMike Skinner
11May 6, 2000RichmondDale Earnhardt Jr.Rusty Wallace
12May 28, 2000CharlotteMatt KensethDale Earnhardt Jr.
13Jun 4, 2000DoverTony StewartRusty Wallace
14Jun 11, 2000MichiganTony StewartBobby Labonte
15Jun 19, 2000PoconoJeremy MayfieldRusty Wallace
16Jun 25, 2000SonomaJeff GordonRusty Wallace
17Jul 1, 2000DaytonaJeff BurtonDale Jarrett
18Jul 9, 2000New HampshireTony StewartRusty Wallace
19Jul 23, 2000PoconoRusty WallaceTony Stewart
20Aug 5, 2000IndianapolisBobby LabonteRicky Rudd
21Aug 13, 2000Watkins GlenSteve Park
22Aug 20, 2000MichiganRusty WallaceDale Earnhardt Jr.
23Aug 26, 2000BristolRusty WallaceRusty Wallace
24Sep 3, 2000DarlingtonBobby LabonteJeremy Mayfield
25Sep 9, 2000RichmondJeff GordonJeff Burton
26Sep 17, 2000New HampshireJeff BurtonBobby Labonte
27Sep 24, 2000DoverTony StewartJeremy Mayfield
28Oct 1, 2000MartinsvilleTony StewartTony Stewart
29Oct 8, 2000CharlotteBobby LabonteJeff Gordon
30Oct 15, 2000TalladegaDale EarnhardtJoe Nemechek
31Oct 22, 2000RockinghamDale JarrettJeremy Mayfield
32Nov 5, 2000PhoenixJeff BurtonRusty Wallace
33Nov 12, 2000HomesteadTony StewartSteve Park
34Nov 20, 2000AtlantaJerry NadeauJeff Gordon
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2000 Daytona 500

Auto race run in Florida in 2000

The 2000 Daytona 500, the 42nd running of the event, was held February 20, 2000 at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida as the first race of both the 2000 NASCAR Winson Cup season and the 2000s decade. Dale Jarrett, the polesitter, led the most laps and won the race for the third time, after winning in 1993 and 1996. This was (to date) the last Daytona 500 to be televised by CBS and thus the last 500 broadcast for both Buddy Baker and Ned Jarrett. Dave Marcis failed to qualify for the first time in his Daytona 500 career, a streak that had been going since the 1968 running.

The average green flag run for the race was confirmed by NASCAR officials as 29 laps. About 12% of the event was held under a caution flag, mostly for oil, debris, and accidents.[2]

Qualifying and Gatorade 125s[edit]

Further information: 2000 NASCAR Winston Cup Series § Gatorade 125s

Dale Jarrett won the pole for the race with a speed of just over 191 mph, and started alongside his new teammate Ricky Rudd in an all-Robert Yates front row. A total of 57 drivers made an attempt to qualify for the 42nd Daytona 500. Bill Elliott won the first Gatorade 125 qualifying race after taking the lead from Jarrett on lap 1 and leading all 50 laps. Rudd won the second Gatorade duel after leading all 50 laps also. Both Gatorade 125 races were caution-free.

Tony Stewart and Robby Gordon stole headlines during Speedweeks on Wednesday during practice for the Gatorade Twin 125's when Stewart spun Gordon. Robby Gordon, who was trying to practice his new #13 self-owned team in the race, confronted Stewart in the garages and asked Stewart about the spin. Stewart shoved Gordon as he turned away to walk off, leading to a fist-fight. Security broke them up. Stewart was fined $15,000 by NASCAR for the shove.

Drivers qualified for the Daytona 500 either by finishing in the Top 16 in their qualifying race, through a two-lap qualifying run or a provisional starting spot based on owner points from the 1999 season. They had three chances to make a two-lap time trial run that would be fast enough to make the Daytona 500.

Race summary[edit]

The green flag waved at 12:15 pm as pole-sitter Dale Jarrett led the field to the start of the race. However, he did not lead until lap 5 since he lost the first lap to outside polesitter Ricky Rudd. Mike Skinner took the lead away from Rudd on lap 2 and led two more. Bill Elliott briefly took the lead on lap 34, and then Jarrett regained it just before the first caution came out due to oil on a section of the track. The next green flag period lasted nearly 100 laps, in which Mark Martin took the lead and remained there for 65 laps. The second caution (also for oil) came on lap 134 and the third one came out on lap 157. During the latter caution, Johnny Benson, Jr. passed Martin for the lead as the lead-lap cars raced back to the yellow flag.

Benson, Jr. led the next 39 laps, which included yet another caution on lap 170, once again for oil. On lap 192, several drivers, including Michael Waltrip, Elliott Sadler, and John Andretti, were involved in a crash right at the start-finish line. The race restarted with four laps to go, and Benson, Jr. looked as if he might capture his first cup series win in the biggest event of the season when the Fords of Jarrett and Jeff Burton ganged up on and passed him entering turn 3. One lap before the white flag was scheduled, Jimmy Spencer hit the front stretch wall, which allowed the final lap to be run under caution, securing a third Daytona 500 win for Jarrett, making him the fourth driver to win three or more Daytona 500s. As of 2020, this was the last time the Daytona 500 was won by the polesitter.

Including the No Bull 5 Million Dollar Bonus, Jarrett earned a record payout of $2,277,975. The last-place finisher earned $90,100.

The five drivers going for the No Bull 5 Million Dollar Bonus were the top five finishers from the 1999 Winston 500 at Talladega: Dale Jarrett, Ricky Rudd, Ward Burton, Dale Earnhardt, and Kenny Wallace.

Results[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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Recap

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Results Sunday of the NASCAR Winston Cup Series NAPA Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway, with starting position in parentheses, driver, make of car, laps completed, reason out (if any) and money won:

1. (1) Dale Jarrett, Ford, 200, $1,277,975.
2. (14) Jeff Burton, Ford, 200, $840,825.

3. (3) Bill Elliott, Ford, 200, $528,475.
4. (5) Rusty Wallace, Ford, 200, $420,775.

5. (9) Mark Martin, Ford, 200, $326,175.
6. (13) Bobby Labonte, Pontiac, 200, $228,275.

7. (25) Terry Labonte, Chevrolet, 200, $198,625.
8. (6) Ward Burton, Pontiac, 200, $166,775.

9. (23) Ken Schrader, Pontiac, 200, $143,975.
10. (24) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 200, $182,875.

11. (19) Jeremy Mayfield, Ford, 200, $129,075.
12. (27) Johnny Benson, Pontiac, 200, $119,975.

13. (8) Dale Earnhardt Jr, Chevrolet, 200, $107,775.
14. (18) Kenny Irwin, Chevrolet, 200, $120,025.

15. (2) Ricky Rudd, Ford, 200, $119,475.
16. (4) Mike Skinner, Chevrolet, 200, $112,225.

17. (7) Tony Stewart, Pontiac, 200, $118,875.
18. (17) Robby Gordon, Ford, 200, $99,725.

19. (15) Scott Pruett, Ford, 200, $98,475.
20. (32) Robert Pressley, Ford, 200, $102,825.

21. (21) Dale Earnhardt, Chevrolet, 200, $116,075.
22. (30) John Andretti, Pontiac, 200, $113,725.

23. (29) Chad Little, Ford, 200, $105,375.
24. (38) Sterling Marlin, Chevrolet, 199, $104,325.

25. (42) Kyle Petty, Pontiac, 199, $108,175.
26. (33) Stacy Compton, Ford, 199, $94,225.

27. (31) Dave Blaney, Pontiac, 199, $89,625.
28. (28) Rick Mast, Chevrolet, 199, $92,075.

29. (39) Kenny Wallace, Chevrolet, 199, $99,275.
30. (22) Jimmy Spencer, Ford, 197, accident, $99,225.

31. (36) Steve Park, Chevrolet, 197, $98,275.
32. (43) Darrell Waltrip, Ford, 197, $89,325.

33. (35) Mike Bliss, Pontiac, 196, $88,875.
34. (11) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 195, $106,100.

35. (20) Jerry Nadeau, Chevrolet, 195, $93,450.
36. (41) Kevin Lepage, Ford, 195, $93,000.

37. (26) Ed Berrier, Ford, 193, track bar, $84,550.
38. (40) Elliott Sadler, Ford, 192, accident, $92,100.

39. (10) Michael Waltrip, Chevrolet, 192, accident, $91,650.
40. (34) Wally Dallenbach Jr., Ford, 174, handling, $83,200.

41. (12) Derrike Cope, Ford, 169, engine failure, $82,750.
42. (16) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet, 131, oil pressure, $90,300.

43. (37) Bobby Hamilton, Chevrolet, 68, engine failure, $90,100.

Time of race: 3 hours, 12 minutes, 43 seconds.
Winner's average speed: 155.669 mph.
Margin of victory: Under caution.
Caution flags: 6 for 24 laps.
Lead changes: 9 among 7 drivers.
Lap leaders: Rudd 1; Skinner 2-4, Jarrett 5-33; Elliott 34; Jarrett 35-90; Little 91-92; Martin 93-157; Benson 158-196; Jarrett 197-200.

NASCAR Winston Cup Points Leaders: Jarrett 185; J.Burton 170; Elliott 170; Martin 160; R.Wallace 160; B.Labonte 150; T.Labonte 146; W.Burton 142; Schrader; 138; Kenseth 134.

Sours: https://www.espn.com/auto/nascar/daytona00/s/results.html
Daytona 500 - NASCAR Winston Cup - Daytona International Speedway - 02/20/2000

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