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Sunoco Renews Support Of AMA Flat Track

Bryan Smith (42) leads the AMA Pro Flat Track field during Sunday's event in Springfield, Ill. (Brian J. Nelson Photo)

AMA Pro Racing and Sunoco have announced their renewed partnership for the 2016 AMA Pro Flat Track season.

MAGAZINE: Timm’s Future Is Now!

Cole Timm is the reigning CARS Super Late Model Tour champion. (Adam Fenwick Photo)

Cole Timm isn’t a household name in the asphalt late model racing world, but don’t be surprised if he becomes one soon.

MAGAZINE: Coby’s Unlikely Modified Journey

Doug Coby has become the king of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour the last few seasons. (Dick Ayers Photo)

It wasn’t all that long ago that Doug Coby found himself racing part time with no prospects of landing a full-time ride on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.

PART SIX: They Started The Daytona 500?

Matt Crafton unexpectedly made his Daytona 500 debut last year driving in place of injured driver Kyle Busch. (NASCAR Photo)

We’re back with the sixth and final part of our special series titled, “They Started The Daytona 500?”

FENWICK: Spinning Wheels

New Adam Fenwick Mug

The Can-Am Duel at Daytona was once the most interesting part of Speedweeks at Daytona Int’l Speedway.

PART FIVE: They Started The Daytona 500?

Gary Bettenhausen raced in a pair of Daytona 500s, finishing 12th in 1974 driving for Roger Penske. (IMS Archives Photo)

We’re back with the five part of our special series titled, “They Started The Daytona 500?”

PART FOUR: They Started The Daytona 500?

Al Unser Jr. made his lone Daytona 500 start in 1993 driving a Chevrolet owned by Rick Hendrick. (IMS Archives Photo)

We’re back with the four part of our special series titled, “The Started The Daytona 500?”

PART THREE: They Started The Daytona 500?

Sammy Swindell made one career start in the Daytona 500, qualifying for the event in 1991. (Frank Smith photo)

We’re back with the third part of our special series titled, “The Started The Daytona 500?”

PART TWO: They Started The Daytona 500?

Al Unser sits inside the No. 6 Dodge owned by Cotton Owens at Daytona Int'l Speedway in 1968. (NASCAR Archives Photo)

We’re back with part two of our special series titled, “The Started The Daytona 500?”

PART ONE: They Started The Daytona 500?

Pancho Carter, seen here in 1985, made one start in the Daytona 500 in 1986. (IMS Archives Photo)

The Daytona 500 is known as the Great American Race and has attracted the best stock car drivers in the world for more than 50 years.

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