Daytona is a magical place. During the final laps of the Daytona 500, we completely forget about the first 490 miles. And during this season’s Great American Race, the first 490 were pretty easy to forget.
Jeff Gordon crossed the finish-line 1.028 seconds in front of his arch enemy from the dust up a week ago for the win at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Taking the wind out of 24 team's sails, Brad Keselowski won his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship.
With about two laps to go in the AdvoCare 500, NASCAR Driver Jeff Gordon crashed into fellow driver Clint Bowyer. The bump sent Bowyer into the wall and sparked one of the greatest NASCAR fights of all-time -- in the pits!
The big story going into the Advocare 500 at Phoenix was the tight points race between five time champion Jimmie Johnson, and Brad Keselowski, but the big story ended up being Clint Bowyer, and Jeff Gordon with fists flying.
Jimmie Johnson and Brad Keselowski are in an epic points battle running one and two in points for the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup. At the end of the AAA Texas 500 it was Jimmie Johnson getting the checkered flag only .808 seconds in front of Keselowski.