2012 Daytona 500: Juan In A Million
It only took a couple of laps to get the fun started at the 54th running of the Daytona 500,but when it was all said and done, Matt Kensith had won his second 500. Two laps in, Elliot Sadler smacked Jimmie Johnson and started a wreck that took out a gaggle of the top entries, including Danica Patrick. It took until after midnight to finish the race thanks to an incident between Juan Pablo Montoya and a jet dryer, which caused a heck of a fire and a two and a half hour delay to clean up the mess. We did learn though, when cleaning up jet fuel, you are supposed to use Tide laundry detergent, that’s what the NASCAR boy’s use. Teams must now scramble to get the equepment and cars back to their shops, and reloaded to head out to phoenix.