Monday, February 21
Notes, quotes from 53rd Daytona 500
In a sport rich with tradition, Sunday's story line would be the equivalent of a kindergarten kid stealing lunch money from the senior high school quarterback who dates the hot-looking cheerleader. Big props to anybody who had Trevor Bayne in their Daytona 500 winner's pool. Bayne, 20, fought off a charge from veteran Carl Edwards in the last lap -- while feeling heat from Tony Stewart and Kurt Busch minutes earlier -- to become one of the most improbable winners in the 53-year history of the Great American Race. Youngest, too. The kid can't even drink a beer in Florida to celebrate. He just turned 20 on Saturday. "I don't even know where to go," Bayne said, as he tried to find victory lane...Read More..