The 10 Biggest Moments in the History of the Sprint Unlimited at Daytona

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The 10 Biggest Moments in the History of the Sprint Unlimited at Daytona
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Kyle Busch won the 2012 edition of the event in a nail-biting finish over Tony Stewart.

Originally introduced in 1979 as the Busch Clash, the Sprint Unlimited serves as the unofficial season opener for the Sprint Cup Series season.

Although not as hyped as the Daytona Speedweeks finale, the Daytona 500, the event has seen a good amount of moments that were shocking, terrifying, and heart-warming. Often times, but not always, the event would serve as a precursor of what was to come in the week ahead.

With the 2013 edition a little less than 24 hours away, here is a list of the 10 biggest moments in the history of the Sprint Unlimited.

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