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Daytona 500 - Practice 1 and 2 times

Mark Martin dominated both practice sessions at Daytona International Speedway ahead of Sunday's qualifying.
However, defending champion Jamie McMurray will be forced to use a back-up car for qualifying, after his main race car - a brand-new chassis that his team had used for all its Daytona testing in December and January - crashed out on the sixth lap in the second practice session after suffering a cut tyre.

McMurray's car chief Gary Putnam said his team would use its Budweiser Shootout car as its Daytona 500 backup, after McMurray finished second in that event.

Practice 1

1. Mark Martin 48.681s
2. Jeff Gordon -0.096s
3. Paul Menard -0.148s
4. Dale Earnhardt Jr. -0.166s
5. Jeff Burton -0.171s
6. Bill Elliott -0.199s
7. Jimmie Johnson -0.229s
8. David Ragan -0.253s
9. Tony Stewart -0.263s
10. Clint Bowyer -0.276s
11. Trevor Bayne -0.366s
12. Ryan Newman -0.369s
13. Greg Biffle -0.371s
14. Dave Blaney -0.375s
15. Carl Edwards -0.385s
16. Marcos Ambrose -0.403s
17. Matt Kenseth -0.447s
18. Kurt Busch -0.460s
19. Kyle Busch -0.500s
20. Juan Montoya -0.502s
21. Jamie McMurray -0.511s
22. Denny Hamlin -0.537s
23. Kevin Harvick -0.557s
24. Travis Kvapil -0.558s
25. A.J. Allmendinger -0.560s
26. Joey Logano -0.580s
27. David Reutimann -0.698s
28. Kasey Kahne -0.722s
29. Casey Mears -0.751s
30. Brad Keselowski -0.774s
31. Bobby Labonte -0.834s
32. Brian Vickers -0.843s
33. Todd Bodine -0.854s
34. David Gilliland -0.859s
35. Joe Nemechek -0.867s
36. Kevin Conway -0.939s
37. Martin Truex Jr. -0.954s
38. Andy Lally -0.983s
39. Regan Smith -0.988s
40. Steve Wallace -0.989s
41. Robby Gordon -1.056s
42. Michael Waltrip -1.094s
43. J.J. Yeley -1.162s
44. Robert Richardson Jr. -1.442s
45. Terry Labonte -1.495s
46. Michael McDowell -1.606s
47. Derrike Cope -2.101s
48. Brian Keselowski -2.416s
49. Norm Benning

Practice 2

1. Mark Martin 48.567s
2. Jimmie Johnson -0.084s
3. Jeff Burton -0.144s
4. Trevor Bayne -0.144s
5. Paul Menard -0.161s
6. Jeff Gordon -0.183s
7. Clint Bowyer -0.202s
8. Greg Biffle -0.234s
9. Dale Earnhardt Jr. -0.266s
10. Matt Kenseth -0.275s
11. Tony Stewart -0.276s
12. Bill Elliott -0.296s
13. Ryan Newman -0.300s
14. Kevin Harvick -0.362s
15. David Ragan -0.386s
16. Juan Montoya -0.387s
17. Marcos Ambrose -0.430s
18. Kurt Busch -0.469s
19. Carl Edwards -0.474s
20. Dave Blaney -0.484s
21. Brad Keselowski -0.530s
22. Kyle Busch -0.548s
23. Michael Waltrip -0.552s
24. Joey Logano -0.570s
25. Travis Kvapil -0.573s
26. Brian Vickers -0.626s
27. Casey Mears -0.641s
28. David Reutimann -0.683s
29. Kasey Kahne -0.706s
30. A.J. Allmendinger -0.731s
31. Bobby Labonte -0.748s
32. David Gilliland -0.758s
33. Regan Smith -0.775s
34. Joe Nemechek -0.802s
35. Martin Truex Jr. -0.850s
36. Denny Hamlin -0.864s
37. Todd Bodine -0.931s
38. Kevin Conway -0.935s
39. Steve Wallace -0.952s
40. Robby Gordon -1.082s
41. Jamie McMurray -1.095s
42. Andy Lally -1.105s
43. J.J. Yeley -1.112s
44. Michael McDowell -1.164s
45. Robert Richardson Jr. -1.214s
46. Terry Labonte -1.337s
47. Brian Keselowski -2.397s
48. Norm Benning
49. Derrike Cope



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