Casey Mears Leads After Late Pit Stop as Race Heats Up in Last 100 Miles
We've raced almost 400 miles in the Daytona 500 as Casey Mears gained the lead on what could be the last pit stop of the race with 42 laps to go.
Mears used a great strategy as he beat Jamie McMurray out of the pits to lead the field to the ensing green flag.
The yellow was brought out due to David Stremme blowing his engine in turn three with a little over 100 miles left.
Stremme was running on the lead lap at the time and was having a great run so far.
The race will really heat up now as prior to the caution many of the back markers for the night are flexing their muscles as they rode around until the end.
Watch out for Jamie McMurray, Juan Pablo Montoya, and Kevin Harvick as they came through the field quickly as the end of the race and threat for rain looms.
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