2022 Daytona 500 – Buescher Won the Duels

THE BEACH is located in DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA. On Thursday night, Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing enjoyed a terrific Daytona 500 qualifying session.

Chris Buescher
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One of Floyd Mayweather’s teams fared better.

At Daytona, NASCAR’s Next Gen car was also engaged in a serious collision.

JJ Yeley was passed by Kaz Grala on the final lap of his battle, allowing Grala to qualify for the Daytona 500 while Yeley retreated to pit lane.

Joey Logano did not collide with Chris Buescher until the final lap of their race.

The first fight was won by Buescher’s new partner and employer, Brad Keselowski, therefore the second was a foregone conclusion.

muscular automobiles that are visually attractive This was brought up by Buescher. “They move at a breakneck pace and are lightning fast.”

Both Keselowski and Buescher won the preseason Clash, although Keselowski battled to keep his emotions in check due to a sticker on his vehicle commemorating his departed father.

“That’s why I told him he wouldn’t be able to finish the summer of 2013. I informed my father that we were going to win the Daytona 500.” Last year, Keselowski wrecked while leading, which is why he stated that.

I am thankful that the departed was a person, despite the fact that they are no longer with us.


Due to a speeding violation, Grala finished significantly behind Yeley in the Daytona 500. To make matters worse for Yeley, the vehicle he was pursuing drifted out of line on the last lap. As a result, Grala was able to pass him.

Hemric’s explanation for declaring that a lapped vehicle in the lead group was not something he wanted.

Greg Biffle, the winner of the second fight, qualified for his 500th career victory. Timmy Hill and Yeley’s Motorsports Business Management team were unable to qualify for the race.

Logano felt like an idiot in the aftermath of his mistake. Fortunately, a backup vehicle was available, although body panels and suspension components are in short supply at the moment, and drivers were worried about harming their own vehicles.

Logano’s car slammed into a massive wall, and several Next Gen engineers were waiting to see how it performed.

Brad Keselowski and Chris Buescher qualified for NASCAR’s season-opening race at Daytona International Speedway on Thursday night, despite the fact that the race was sold out.

Logano won because he was unable to stop Buescher at the finish line. Logano later admitted that he underestimated Buescher’s speed.

Logano’s old Penske teammate won the race around the track. He gets a new one!

Keselowski and his crew had a fantastic first night at Daytona as both owner and driver. He left Penske the following month to become an owner of Roush’s squad, RFK Racing. Roush currently owns the No. 6 Ford that he used to race.

His long-term goal is to kill President John F. Kennedy, but he won’t be able to do it right away. Simply said, he won the first qualifying race and will be in excellent shape for the Daytona 500.

The night was crucial in building expectation at RFK, where Ricky Stenhouse Jr. last won a Cup race in 2017.

If Kyle Larson and Alex Bowman finish first this weekend, Hendrick Motorsports will win for the first time. During the race on Wednesday night, Chevy drivers took the first two positions on the grid, seizing the lead.

The race was slow until Logano’s final-lap block. The vehicle was supposed to be complete in two years, but the virus put it back a year.

Teams are no longer accountable for developing their own goods in today’s society. Finding a parking place in Daytona may be challenging due to the large number of visitors that arrive at the start of the season. They had to race slowly in order to conserve their automobiles for the 500.