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February 26, 2014

Ken de la Bastide: Indy 500 champ returning in 2014

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While watching the racing action at Daytona this past weekend, it made me think of all the drivers in the NASCAR fields who have raced on the short tracks in Indiana. The list is impressive.

Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon, Ryan Newman, Kyle Busch, Kyle Larson, Josh Wise, Chase Elliott, Mike Wallace, Dakoda Armstrong, Johnny Sauter, Mason Mingus and James Buescher have all raced at local racing venues as they climbed the ladder to NASCAR.

Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s win in the Daytona 500 was a boost for NASCAR after the nearly seven-hour rain delay. The two big crashes in the Daytona 500 were caused by veteran Kevin Harvick and rookie Austin Dillon.

Follow Ken de la Bastide on Twitter @KendelaBastide, or call 640-4863.

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