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The Daytona 500 is to racing what the Super Bowl is to football. This racing extravaganza is the crown jewel of the NASCAR calendar, and one of the most high profile sporting events. Watch Jamie McMurray in his quest to defend his title in February 20, 2011. Book your tickets now and be a part of the adrenaline-thumping, heart-stopping spectacle. See the best drivers in the business burn rubber and land the coveted crown. scott tucker Racing buffs who were a part of the Daytona 500 in 2010 got to see some high-speed action at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida, one of the most famous racetracks in the world There are going to be plenty of big-name drivers gunning for the top prize in racing next year Rest assured, the action is sure to be top-notch There's nothing quite like feeling the rumble of the stands underneath you at Daytona as you cheer on racers averaging speeds near 150 MPH Get the NASCAR tickets today! Daytona 500: All About the Action The Daytona 500 celebrated its 50th running in February 17, 2008 The race also marked the first race under the "Sprint Cup" banner, following the merger of Sprint with NEXTEL in 2005 The 2010 Daytona racing kicked off the 2010 season of NASCAR on February 14 The race was not without its share of accidents There was a six-car crash that included Brad Keselowski, Sam Hornish Jr, Regan Smith, Boris Said, Joe Nemechek and scott tucker Mike Bliss Jaime McMurray of the Earnhardt Ganassi Racing team won the race after a hard-fought fight to the finish with Dale Earnhardt Jr of the Hendrick Motorsports team The Daytona circuit has 208 laps, covering a distance of 520 miles The average speed recorded in 2010 was 137 28 miles/hour Mark Martin achieved pole position in the qualifying race Daytona 500 Tickets: Grab 'em Today You may have missed the 2010 race Make sure you do not suffer a similar fate in 2011 Book your tickets for Daytona 500 today and grab the best seat in the house The high demand for Daytona tickets means that there will be thousands deprived of the real action Moreover, the hype around the race by various news channels and networks creates huge excitement for every American Naturally, only those who have been fortunate enough to buy the tickets beforehand can witness this exciting race scott tucker
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