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Daytona 500 Live

Daytona 500 Live 2018: Live From 15 February to 18 February 2018. How to watch Daytona 500 Live Stream Update, Odds, Start Time, Preview, Team News and TV Info.

Daytona 500 Live 2018

2018 Schedule
DATE RACE TV RESULTS/TICKETS
Sun, Feb 11
3:00 PM ET THE CLASH AT DAYTONA
Daytona International Speedway FS1 Starting Grid
Race Results
Thu, Feb 15
7:00 PM ET DUEL #1
Daytona International Speedway FS1 Starting Grid
Thu, Feb 15
8:45 PM ET DUEL #2
Daytona International Speedway FS1 Starting Grid
Sun, Feb 18
2:30 PM ET DAYTONA 500
Daytona International Speedway FOX Starting Grid

You didn’t have to live out every single weekend with me,” Patrick said. You didn’t live out every frustration I had, every disappointment, every accident. You didn’t, and to some degree that’s part of what put me where I’m at today. Where she is today is preparing for the final two races of her career – Sunday’s Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500 in May.

Patrick is leaving the sport that made her a star because her results never matched her celebrity. In 305 career races in the Cup or IndyCar Series, she won only once. Despite driving for one of NASCAR’s top teams (Stewart Haas Racing), she never finished in the top five

Alex Bowman, driving the No 88 Chevrolet of retired Dale Earnhardt Jr., won the pole during Sunday’s qualifying with Denny Hamlin starting second in the No. 11 Toyota. The Duels are each 150 miles, 60 laps on the Speedway track. Sunday’s Daytona 500 race is scheduled for 3 p.m. on FOX.

Earnhardt Jr., who will work on NBC’s NASCAR broadcasts, will serve as Grand Marshall of “The Great American Race,” being run for the 60th time. Peyton Manning is the honorary pace car driver.

Patrick was so committed to what she’s calling the Danica Double that she considering becoming her own sponsor to make it happen. That wasn’t necessary; Go Daddy reprised its role as her chief sponsor, although her clothing line (Warrior by Danica Patrick) still has a prominent spot on her No. 7 Chevrolet.

Patrick’s post-racing future will include traveling. She’ll try to continue building her brand and keep watching races, at least occasionally. She said she doesn’t know what she’ll miss about the sport she’s loved since she was 10, but she leaves with no regrets.

“I’m not one of those people that looks back on anything and says, ‘I wish this would have been different,’” Patrick said. “Because I’m happy where I am now.”

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