THERE WAS NO fire or rain. Still, another frantic finish at Daytona International Speedway.
Tony Stewart emerged the winner, charging past Daytona 500 winner Matt Kenseth on the last lap and holding on as the challengers stacked up behind him Saturday night in one of Daytona's trademark wrecks.
"I don't even remember what happened that last lap," Stewart said.
He has 18 victories at Daytona, second only to the late Dale Earnhardt.
Stewart qualified second but started near the back of the field because his time was thrown out by NASCAR when his Chevrolet failed inspection. He rode around in the back for much of the event, letting Roush Fenway Racing teammates Kenseth and Greg Biffle control the front.