Austin Dillon Gives RCR No. 3 Another Duel Win

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — With a winning move reminiscent of the driver who made Richard Childress Racing’s No. Wallace went underneath Truex, while Dillon surged on the outside with a huge push from the Ford of Kevin Harvick. That left Wallace on the bottom with a gap back to Kyle Busch, while Dillon still had the push from Harvick exiting turn four. The margin of victory for Dillon was .057 seconds over Wallace, who finished second. Ragan did just that, which meant that Smithley and Noah Gragson were the two drivers in the second Duel who failed to qualify for Sunday’s Daytona 500. Of note, the second Duel marked the first ever Daytona 500 qualifying race to stretch over two days, going green shortly after 11 p.m.

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