"Nobody wanted to work with me at the end, we were all on our own in a tandem draft and we just got the best draft we could off of everybody," he said. "When I saw them get together up there, I went to the bottom and kept my foot in it and when they started coming back down the track, I somehow snuck through."
As well as Buescher's maiden series win, two NASCAR Nationwide Series records for Daytona International Speedway were also set by the day's events, with the most lead changed (38) and the most leaders (16) beating the previous tallies of 35 lead changes among 12 different leaders.
Now all eyes turn to the Daytona 500 on Sunday afternoon, with the big question now being: will things calm down for the Cup race, or will the Big One exceed even what we've seen in the Truck and Nationwide races so far?
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