"There wasn't enough cars out there running at the end.I don't know how it would have played out." The Cup Series slogged through three uninspiring exhibition races during Speedweeks to cause concern over a potentially disappointing main event.Chauna Thompson, a former Harris County Sheriff's deputy, is also charged with murder for her alleged role in holding Hernandez down during the incident, which occurred in May 2017. A jury was unable to reach a verdict for Terry Thompson after 30 hours of deliberation.Jurors had four choices: guilty of murder, guilty of manslaughter, guilty of criminally negligent homicide or not guilty, meaning they believed Thompson acted in self-defense.Hamlin and Busch alternated as the leaders during the handful of late restarts, and the final rush to the checkered flag was a push to hold off Ford driver and reigning NASCAR champion Joey Logano. has done for my career is the reason why I'm sitting here today," Logano said.The Ford camp went 1-2-3 in both of Thursday's qualifying races and was favored to win the Daytona 500. "As bad as I want to win it, it is pretty cool to think that the first race after his passing, to see those guys one, two, three, it just says he's up there watching and maybe gave (those) guys a little extra boost there at the end."Felt like we had the car to beat all weekend..the end result we wanted but our 22 team has good momentum and a lot to look forward to in 2019. Gibbs, Joe Gibbs' eldest son who died last month after battling a degenerative neurological disease. "He's got two, I've got none, and that's just the way it goes sometimes," Busch said. Gibbs helped his father start the race team, ran it while Joe Gibbs was coaching the Washington Redskins, was a tire changer on the team's first Daytona 500 victory and the one who discovered Hamlin during a test session at Hickory Motor Speedway in North Carolina. Busch, now winless in 14 Daytona 500s, was initially openly disappointed in falling short.
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"I hope a few of you drivers out there will get down on the bottom with Denny and Chase and put on a good show today," France told the field.
The drivers obeyed and delivered an action-packed and wreck-filled running of "The Great American Race." There was an accident on pit road, a 21-car crash, 12 cautions and five wrecks in the final 20 laps of regulation.
The race featured eight drivers making their Daytona 500 debuts and rookie Ryan Preece, a short track racer from New England, was best in class with an eighth-place finish.
Ross Chastain, the eighth-generation watermelon farmer who lost his main ride for this year when the FBI raided his sponsor right before Christmas, finished 10th.