-- Highlights of Saturday night’s Coke Zero 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Daytona International Speedway: WINNER: Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (1) Dale Earnhardt Jr, Chevrolet, accident, 106, 0, 14.33. (25) Martin Truex Jr, Toyota, accident, 73, 0, 3.35. (19) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, accident, 70, 0, 1.37.
scored the second victory of his Cup Series career, sweeping to first place on the final restart of the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway. (39) Jeffrey Earnhardt, Chevrolet, engine, 57, 0, 1.38.
He was named NASCAR’s most popular driver for 14 consecutive years and his final NASCAR race will be on November 19 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway.
SMASHING CRASH: The year continues to be a difficult one for Kyle Busch.
Stenhouse emerged as the winner from a field decimated by a long list of accidents, including several spectacular multi-car wrecks that eliminated almost half the 40-car field. It just got a little bigger." JUNIOR, JUNIOR, JUNIOR: The hopes and dreams of thousands of Dale Earnhardt Jr. He slapped the outside wall after an apparent tire problem, falling from sixth place and losing two laps.
It wasn’t an easy ride for Stenhouse, however, who pushed past leader David Ragan on the final green flag. He made up the two laps and reached sixth place again before becoming involved in another incident, running into the wall again after Kevin Harvick spun in front of him. FIRST CAUTION: Cole Whitt produced the first caution of the race when the engine in his Chevrolet apparently failed, dropping fluid onto the track in Turns 1 and 2. That was followed a few minutes later by another engine issue, forcing D. Kennington to the garage and bringing out another caution.
Bo Mallette, who was best man at Cook’s wedding to Reimann, claimed on the record to the Enquirer that Earnhardt and Reimann had a relationship while she was still married to Cook: “Amy got involved with Dale Earnhardt while she was still married to Tommy.
Their marriage didn’t even last two years.” Cook’s father, Tommy, Sr., also told the Enquirer: “My son’s not talking about this. But what happened between Amy and Dale was wrong.” Dale denied any wrongdoing doing an interview at Richmond International Raceway in April 2010 Amy Reimann got BS in Interior Design from the University of Kentucky in 2005, the following year Amy became project coordinator- interiors at Wakefield Beasley & Associates she left that job in 2009, nd by 2010 2010 she was Micamy Design Studio’s Director of Studio in Charlotte. while she was hired to do some interior design work at his home and began to date him since 2010, they couple made their first public appearance at the 2011 NASCAR awards.