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NASCAR America: Recapping Kurt Busch’s ‘patient’ Daytona 500 win

In a race of stage strategy, fuel mileage, and attrition, Kurt Busch took the checkered flag in the 59th edition of the 'Great American Race.'

A day after his Daytona 500 win, the NASCAR America crew breaks down everything Busch had to do to win. Busch drove the final 30 laps without a rear-view mirror while worrying about how much gas he had left.

Tony Stewart, who owns the No. 41, called the win the most “patient” race of Busch’s career.