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Practice: Saturday, Feb. 13 and Wednesday, Feb. 17. Sprint Cup teams can practice Friday, Feb. 12 for the Sprint Unlimited exhibition race, which is Feb. 13.
Qualifying: Sunday, Feb. 14 to determine the front row through single-lap time trials. The remainder of the field will be set Thursday, Feb. 18 through duel qualifying races.
Last year’s winner: Joey Logano (Ford). Daytona 500 Live Stream
If you think you’ve seen the No. 24 car at the pole of the Daytona 500, you’re right. In fact, this is the second year in a row it will start there.
Only this time, the driver won’t be Jeff Gordon.
On Feb. 14, Chase Elliott won the pole position for the 58th running of the Daytona 500, claiming the top spot in his first race in the car Gordon made one of the most famous in the sport.
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Gordon, a FOX Sports racing analyst, watched Elliott’s top lap from the TV booth. Elliott, a rookie, became the youngest driver to land the top spot in NASCAR’s biggest race.
Elliott’s father, Bill, is a two-time Daytona 500 champion.
“The manner which (he) went about his business, I think is really special,” Chase said.
The lineup will be set with more qualifying during the Duel Races on Feb. 18, but here’s what you need to know about the Daytona 500:
Date: Feb. 21, 2016
Time: 1 p.m. Eastern
Where: Daytona Speedway
Elliott won the pole at 20 years, 2 months and 17 days, beating 2014 pole-sitter Austin Dillon’s mark of 23 years, 9 months and 27 days.
With two spots remaining, Josh Wise, Michael McDowell, Reed Sorenson, Robert Richardson Jr., David Gilliland and Cole Whitt all have to race their way into the field. The top open finisher in each qualifying race will make the Daytona 500.
NASCAR has disallowed Daytona 500 qualifying runs by Stewart-Haas Racing teammates Kevin Harvick and Brian Vickers.
New Jersey’s Martin Truex Jr. did not make a qualifying attempt because a roof flap of his No. 78 Toyota was out of compliance, and the team could not fix it within a designated five-minute window. He also will start one of the qualifying races from the back.