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02/14/2010

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C'mon Norris, you're slipping, man! The pace car was a 2011 Ford Mustang.

– The pace car for the Daytona 500 was the Oshawa-built General Motors Camaro and it looked terrific.

Don't you mean Mustang??

The pace car was a 2011 Mustang. The Chev was the pace car last year.

Kent

IT WAS GOOD TWO SEE THE 43 CAR RUNING UP FRONT THAT LONG
AND THE 9 AND THE 19 CAR RPM JUST HAD BAD LUCK I WAS GLAD
TWO SEE JAMIE WIN AND DALEJR HAVE A GOOD RUN
JIM

I thought I heard Mike Joy say this year's pace car was a 2011 Ford Mustang GT that had been auctioned off at the Barrett Jackson
Auction this January. If so, it did look good, but wasn't an Oshawa built Camero

The pace car in the Daytona 500 was not a Camaro. It was a Mustang.

Way too long...NASCAR teams need cost cuts...cut all the races
by 50%. More action in less time.

The POT HOLE 500 LOL Well, finally Nascar have a lot of egg on their face!! LOL. Was happy to see Jamie win it..nice guy..

Which Gordon hit which Gordon twice on the last lap?

I have been a great fan of Daytone 500. I will certainly go and see it this year.

There would be some who would argue with that because the race came down to the final two laps three times and it was all edge-of-your-seat stuff.

No matter what happens Daytona 500 is a legend. I am always fascinated by the speed and new improvements they make constantly.

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