Discussion in 'NASCAR Talk' started by Highbank, Nov 16, 2017.
Lol you and A.J he really did drive every number you could.
I don't think this need's an introduction
Dale Jr's emotional win in the 2001 Pepsi 400 at Daytona. From 6th to 1st in the last 6 laps to win the first Daytona race since the tragic death of his father Dale Earnhardt.
Martin Truex Jr, AKA G.O.A.T
Ol' Jim Reed 1961
1992 Champ, Alan Kulwicki.
Here's Charlie Glotzbach with his Charger before the 1969 Daytona 500.
Terry Labonte the True #5
Here's Jimmie Johnsons All Star #5 Car.
Guys I think we are a day ahead unless we're also using 00 after 0.
Shoot! It looks like you're right. Hard to believe nobody noticed 'till now. I say we do 5's again tomorrow and act like this didn't happen.
...and now, 5 days until Daytona!
we could of just skipped a day or added the 00 car for Sunday.
Shhhhh! play it cool, maybe nobody else noticed
1994 and 1995 Daytona 500 winner, Sterling Marlin.
This guy never won the Daytona 500 as a driver, but has two victories as an owner in "The Great American Race".
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