After starting from the rear of the field, Tony Stewart made a last lap pass on Matt Kenseth for the lead and then survived a huge crash on the front stretch to win Saturday night's Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway. Jeff Burton took second, while Kenseth's bid to become the first driver to score a season-sweep at Daytona came up short with a third-place finish. Kenseth leads the Sprint Cup standings by 25 points over Dale Earnhardt, Jr., who wound up in 15th place Saturday night. Next on the schedule is Sunday’s Lenox 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Meanwhile, Ryan Hunter-Reay captured his third straight Izod IndyCar Series race yesterday, winning the Honda Indy Toronto.
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