Johnson triggers wreck, then wins Clash at Daytona

Johnson triggers wreck, then wins Clash at Daytona

Johnson triggers wreck, then wins Clash at Daytona

Jimmie Johnson and Chase Elliott make up the second row as part of the Hendrick top four sweep.

The rain that ended the race hit not long after the decisive move and Johnson won for the first time with new crew chief Kevin Meendering and new primary sponsor Ally.

"I'm just really happy about, honestly, a great day for Hendrick Motorsports, for Chevrolet, for Ally coming on board and qualifying third for the Daytona 500, and then, to win the Clash".

Here is how Menard responded to being wrecked out of the race that he had dominated up until that point.

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He said that given the fact that rain was imminent, he wasn't surprised to see drivers becoming more aggressive in the latter portion of the of the non-points race for pole winners from he previous season and others.

VALDOSTA -Due to a rain-delayed race, Jimmie Johnson won the Advanced Autoparts Clash after passing Paul Menard that resulted in "The Big One". "But it was a great first step today". The drivers qualified for the race by being pole sitters from 2018, former Clash winners, former Daytona 500 winners, and drivers that qualified for the playoffs in 2018 that didn't already qualify in another way.

Johnson and longtime crew chief Chad Knaus split at the end of last season after seven championships. Even with rain on the way and the race likely being called within a few laps from the time of the incident.

Johnson got lucky as the bottom came out and they declared him the victor.

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Kurt Busch finished second but thought he should've been declared the victor, as he disputed to NASCAR officials Johnson's move below the yellow line that gave Johnson the lead. The other controversial aspect is that Johnson was the main beneficiary of the wreck that he caused. I think he came down a little bit to defend and block.

Menard was positioned to win for Wood Brothers Racing only weeks after the death of team founder Glen Wood.

The No. 1 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet of runner-up Kurt Busch also passed inspection, and the cars of third-place Joey Logano, fourth-place Ryan Blaney and fifth-place Alex Bowman all got looks as well. Just unfortunate. Led a lot of laps. Menard led more laps than anybody in the field with 51 laps led before he was involved in the lap 56 wreck.

Little did they know what was about to happen before the final red flag that called the race. "I got turned to the inside and hooked to the right and all hell broke loose". He competed in the 40 to 44 age division early Sunday in the Daytona Beach half marathon and finished with a time of 1 hour, 34 minutes, 18.4 seconds.

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