Daytona 500: What Did We Learn From NASCAR Nationwide Race?

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Daytona 500:  What Did We Learn From NASCAR Nationwide Race?
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Tony Stewart switched partners several times before winning with Landon Cassill.

The NASCAR Nationwide race at Daytona is in the books and Tony Stewart wrapped up his sixth of the last seven in the NASCAR Nationwide Daytona February race. 

It may be premature to call Tony Stewart Mr. February—he has yet to cross the finish line first in the Daytona 500—but he will be a favorite to win tomorrow.

Did we learn anything from the NASCAR Nationwide race today? Among the few key lessons...

The No. 48 pit crew worked the race to become accustomed to the new fueling can—and the added pressure of going over the wall with one less pit crew member. 

The two car breakaways were different, and the critical timing of the switch between the pusher and the lead car became the most important developments during the day.

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