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Daytona: Nationwide Series results

Full results from the 16th round of the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series, the Subway Firecracker 250 at Daytona International Speedway.
Kasey Kahne wins Daytona Nationwide race by 0.02s from Smith

Race results

1. Kasey Kahne JR Motorsports 1hrs 38mins 24secs after 103 laps
2. Regan Smith JR Motorsports + 0.020s
3. Ryan Sieg RSS Racing + 0.059s
4. Ryan Reed Roush Fenway Racing + 0.100s
5. Kyle Larson Turner Scott Motorsports + 0.113s
6. Joey Logano Team Penske + 0.117s
7. Darrell Wallace Jr Joe Gibbs Racing + 0.177s
8. Jeremy Clements Clements Racing + 0.181s
9. Trevor Bayne Roush Fenway Racing + 0.190s
10. Mike Wallace Carl Long Motorsports + 0.241s
11. Ty Dillon Richard Childress Racing + 0.310s
12. Chris Buescher Roush Fenway Racing + 0.312s
13. Derrike Cope ML Motorsports + 0.321s
14. James Buescher RAB Racing + 0.367s
15. Johnny Sauter Hattori Racing Enterprises + 0.382s
16. Brian Scott Richard Childress Racing + 0.470s
17. Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing + 0.483s
18. John Wes Townley Athenian Motorsports + 0.536s
19. Dakoda Armstrong Richard Petty Motorsports + 0.681s
20. Chase Elliott JR Motorsports + 0.739s
21. Elliott Sadler Joe Gibbs Racing + 2.026s
22. Eric McClure TriStar Motorsports + 2.351s
23. David Ragan Biagi DenBeste Racing + 2.473s
24. Dylan Kwasniewski Turner Scott Motorsports + 2.686s
25. David Starr TriStar Motorsports + 8.451s
26. Chad Boat Billy Boat Motorsports + 9.562s
27. Joe Nemechek NEMCO Motorsports + 1 lap
28. Brendan Gaughan Richard Childress Racing + 1 lap
29. Ross Chastain Viva Racing + 2 laps
30. Landon Cassill JD Motorsports + 2 laps
31. Scott Lagasse Jr Team SLR + 2 laps
32. Josh Wise The Motorsports Group + 3 laps
33. Jeffrey Earnhardt JD Motorsports + 3 laps
34. Carlos Contreras NEMCO Motorsports + 4 laps
35. J.J. Yeley Carl Long Motorsports + 5 laps Accident
36. Tanner Berryhill Vision Racing + 6 laps
37. Joey Gase Means Racing + 11 laps
38. Mike Bliss TriStar Motorsports + 41 laps Rear End
39. Mike Harmon Mike Harmon Racing + 45 laps Overheating
40. Robert Richardson R3 Motorsports + 90 laps Rear End

Qualifying times
Qualifying Rounds 2 and 3 cancelled due to rain

Qualifying Round 1

1. Dakoda Armstrong Ford 46.845s (Pole) 192.123mph (2 laps)
2. Trevor Bayne Ford 46.886s (+ 0.041s) 191.955mph (4 laps)
3. Chris Buescher Ford 46.915s (+ 0.070s) 191.836mph (3 laps)
4. Ryan Reed Ford 46.979s (+ 0.134s) 191.575mph (2 laps)
5. Kyle Busch Toyota 47.053s (+ 0.208s) 191.274mph (5 laps)
6. Elliott Sadler Toyota 47.079s (+ 0.234s) 191.168mph (5 laps)
7. Chase Elliott Chevrolet 47.103s (+ 0.258s) 191.071mph (2 laps)
8. Regan Smith Chevrolet 47.115s (+ 0.270s) 191.022mph (2 laps)
9. Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 47.117s (+ 0.272s) 191.014mph (6 laps)
10. Kyle Larson Chevrolet 47.212s (+ 0.367s) 190.630mph (7 laps)
11. Joey Logano Ford 47.261s (+ 0.416s) 190.432mph (9 laps)
12. Chad Boat Chevrolet 47.369s (+ 0.524s) 189.998mph (7 laps)
13. Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 47.422s (+ 0.577s) 189.785mph (5 laps)
14. Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 47.827s (+ 0.982s) 188.178mph (3 laps)
15. Brian Scott Chevrolet 47.831s (+ 0.986s) 188.162mph (3 laps)
16. Ty Dillon Chevrolet 47.834s (+ 0.989s) 188.151mph (3 laps)
17. Mike Wallace Dodge 48.146s (+ 1.301s) 186.931mph (9 laps)
18. James Buescher Toyota 48.165s (+ 1.320s) 186.858mph (7 laps)
19. JJ Yeley Dodge 48.171s (+ 1.326s) 186.834mph (6 laps)
20. Johnny Sauter Toyota 48.193s (+ 1.348s) 186.749mph (6 laps)
21. Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 48.203s (+ 1.358s) 186.710mph (10 laps)
22. Mike Harmon Dodge 48.219s (+ 1.374s) 186.648mph (6 laps)
23. Derrike Cope Chevrolet 48.342s (+ 1.497s) 186.174mph (8 laps)
24. Tanner Berryhill Dodge 48.436s (+ 1.591s) 185.812mph (9 laps)
25. Landon Cassill Chevrolet 48.540s (+ 1.695s) 185.414mph (9 laps)
26. Dylan Kwasniewski Chevrolet 48.540s (+ 1.695s) 185.414mph (8 laps)
27. John Wes Townley Toyota 48.586s (+ 1.741s) 185.239mph (9 laps)
28. Scott Lagasse Jr. Toyota 48.605s (+ 1.760s) 185.166mph (11 laps)
29. Mike Bliss Toyota 48.611s (+ 1.766s) 185.143mph (6 laps)
30. David Starr Toyota 48.611s (+ 1.766s) 185.143mph (6 laps)
31. David Ragan Ford 48.615s (+ 1.770s) 185.128mph (9 laps)
32. Eric McClure Toyota 48.626s (+ 1.781s) 185.086mph (6 laps)
33. Ross Chastain Chevrolet 48.626s (+ 1.781s) 185.086mph (6 laps)
34. Carlos Contreras Chevrolet 48.874s (+ 2.029s) 184.147mph (8 laps)
35. Josh Wise Chevrolet 48.914s (+ 2.069s) 183.996mph (5 laps)
36. Jeremy Clements Chevrolet 49.110s (+ 2.265s) 183.262mph (5 laps)
37. Robert Richardson Jr. Chevrolet 49.314s (+ 2.469s) 182.504mph (7 laps)
38. Joey Gase Chevrolet 51.727s (+ 4.882s) 173.990mph (3 laps)
39. Jeffrey Earnhardt Chevrolet 52.434s (+ 5.589s) 171.644mph (2 laps)
40. Joe Nemechek Toyota 48.687s (+ 1.842s) 184.854mph (3 laps)

Did Not Qualify

Benny Gordon Toyota 48.623s (+ 1.778s) 185.098mph (6 laps)
Blake Koch Toyota 48.631s (+ 1.786s) 185.067mph (6 laps)
Tommy Joe Martins Dodge 49.009s (+ 2.164s) 183.640mph (14 laps)
Matt Dibenedetto Chevrolet 49.172s (+ 2.327s) 183.031mph (11 laps)
Bobby Gerhart Chevrolet 49.242s (+ 2.397s) 182.771mph (15 laps)

Practice 1 times

1. Brian Scott Chevrolet 46.610s (Top) 193.092mph (10 laps)
2. Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 46.699s (-0.089s) 192.724mph (11 laps)
3. Ty Dillon Chevrolet 46.793s (-0.183s) 192.336mph (18 laps)
4. Dakoda Armstrong Ford 46.900s (-0.290s) 191.898mph (15 laps)
5. Ryan Reed Ford 46.910s (-0.300s) 191.857mph (19 laps)
6. Chris Buescher Ford 46.911s (-0.301s) 191.853mph (21 laps)
7. Dylan Kwasniewski Chevrolet 46.950s (-0.340s) 191.693mph (20 laps)
8. Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 47.300s (-0.690s) 190.275mph (14 laps)
9. David Ragan Ford 47.350s (-0.740s) 190.074mph (17 laps)
10. Trevor Bayne Ford 47.375s (-0.765s) 189.974mph (22 laps)
11. John Wes Townley Toyota 47.377s (-0.767s) 189.966mph (20 laps)
12. Chad Boat Chevrolet 47.542s (-0.932s) 189.306mph (11 laps)
13. Joey Logano Ford 47.682s (-1.072s) 188.750mph (12 laps)
14. Scott Lagasse Jr. Toyota 47.698s (-1.088s) 188.687mph (20 laps)
15. Johnny Sauter Toyota 47.718s (-1.108s) 188.608mph (20 laps)
16. Elliott Sadler Toyota 47.754s (-1.144s) 188.466mph (6 laps)
17. James Buescher Toyota 47.798s (-1.188s) 188.292mph (20 laps)
18. Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 47.858s (-1.248s) 188.056mph (8 laps)
19. Kyle Busch Toyota 47.876s (-1.266s) 187.986mph (10 laps)
20. Mike Wallace Dodge 47.901s (-1.291s) 187.888mph (9 laps)
21. Kyle Larson Chevrolet 48.015s (-1.405s) 187.441mph (11 laps)
22. Chase Elliott Chevrolet 48.026s (-1.416s) 187.398mph (21 laps)
23. JJ Yeley Dodge 48.064s (-1.454s) 187.250mph (17 laps)
24. Benny Gordon Toyota 48.196s (-1.586s) 186.737mph (10 laps)
25. Regan Smith Chevrolet 48.202s (-1.592s) 186.714mph (18 laps)
26. Ross Chastain Chevrolet 48.209s (-1.599s) 186.687mph (10 laps)
27. Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 48.309s (-1.699s) 186.301mph (19 laps)
28. Bobby Gerhart Chevrolet 48.335s (-1.725s) 186.200mph (12 laps)
29. M. Dibenedetto Chevrolet 48.372s (-1.762s) 186.058mph (8 laps)
30. Joe Nemechek Toyota 48.542s (-1.932s) 185.406mph (9 laps)
31. Derrike Cope Chevrolet 48.697s (-2.087s) 184.816mph (14 laps)
32. Mike Bliss Toyota 48.721s (-2.111s) 184.725mph (5 laps)
33. Robert Richardson Jr. Chevrolet 48.767s (-2.157s) 184.551mph (16 laps)
34. Jeremy Clements Chevrolet 48.772s (-2.162s) 184.532mph (10 laps)
35. Eric McClure Toyota 48.774s (-2.164s) 184.525mph (9 laps)
36. Landon Cassill Chevrolet 49.000s (-2.390s) 183.673mph (7 laps)
37. David Starr Toyota 49.086s (-2.476s) 183.352mph (7 laps)
38. Blake Koch Toyota 49.240s (-2.630s) 182.778mph (9 laps)
39. Tommy Joe Martins Dodge 49.327s (-2.717s) 182.456mph (25 laps)
40. Carlos Contreras Chevrolet 49.584s (-2.974s) 181.510mph (12 laps)
41. Mike Harmon Dodge 50.032s (-3.422s) 179.885mph (6 laps)
42. Josh Wise Chevrolet 50.785s (-4.175s) 177.218mph (8 laps)
43. Tanner Berryhill Dodge 51.848s (-5.238s) 173.584mph (4 laps)
44. Matt Dibenedetto Chevrolet 52.156s (-5.546s) 172.559mph (2 laps)
45. Joey Gase Chev 54.152s (-7.542s) 166.199mph (9 laps)

Nationwide Series championship standings

1. (+2) Regan Smith 577pts (0pts)
2. (-1) Elliott Sadler 565pts (-12pts)
3. (-1) Chase Elliott # 562pts (-15pts)
4. (--) Ty Dillon # 545pts (-32pts)
5. (--) Brian Scott 523pts (-54pts)
6. (--) Trevor Bayne 518pts (-59pts)
7. (--) Brendan Gaughan 465pts (-112pts)
8. (--) James Buescher 448pts (-129pts)
9. (--) Chris Buescher # 446pts (-131pts)
10. (+1) Ryan Reed # 423pts (-154pts)
11. (-1) Landon Cassill 413pts (-164pts)
12. (--) Dylan Kwasniewski # 387pts (-190pts)
13. (--) Dakoda Armstrong # 383pts (-194pts)
14. (--) Mike Bliss 360pts (-217pts)
15. (--) Jeremy Clements 348pts (-229pts)
16. (--) JJ Yeley 306pts (-271pts)
17. (--) Jeffrey Earnhardt 298pts (-279pts)
18. (--) Ryan Sieg # 291pts (-286pts)
19. (+1) Eric McClure 269pts (-308pts)
20. (-1) Joey Gase 254pts (-323pts)
21. (--) Mike Wallace 220pts (-357pts)
22. (+1) Derrike Cope 188pts (-389pts)
23. (-1) Sam Hornish Jr. 164pts (-413pts)
24. (--) Tanner Berryhill # 162pts (-415pts)
25. (+2) David Starr 153pts (-424pts)
26. (-1) Blake Koch 144pts (-433pts)
27. (-1) Jamie Dick 138pts (-439pts)
28. (--) Tommy Joe Martins 124pts (-453pts)
29. (--) Mike Harmon 115pts (-462pts)
30. (+1) Carlos Contreras 111pts (-466pts)
31. (-1) Matt Dibenedetto 108pts (-469pts)
32. (+2) Chad Boat # 104pts (-473pts)
33. (-1) Kevin Lepage 99pts (-478pts)
34. (-1) Jeff Green 90pts (-487pts)
35. (--) Carl Long 56pts (-521pts)
36. (--) Ryan Ellis 51pts (-526pts)
37. (+4) Robert Richardson 45pts (-532pts)
38. (-1) Alex Tagliani 43pts (-534pts)
39. (-1) Josh Reaume 42pts (-535pts)
40. (-1) Kevin O'connell 41pts (-536pts)
41. (-1) Ruben Garcia 41pts (-536pts)
42. (--) Daryl Harr 39pts (-538pts)
43. (--) Andy Lally 37pts (-540pts)
44. (--) Will Kimmel III 33pts (-544pts)
45. (+10) Scott Lagasse Jr. 31pts (-546pts)
46. (-1) Kenny Habul 30pts (-547pts)
47. (-1) Austin Theriault 29pts (-548pts)
48. (-1) Martin Roy 27pts (-550pts)
49. (-1) Daniel Suarez Garza 25pts (-552pts)
50. (-1) Paulie Harraka 25pts (-552pts)
51. (-1) Jason White 25pts (-552pts)
52. (-1) Ryan Gifford 24pts (-553pts)
53. (-1) Harrison Rhodes 23pts (-554pts)
54. (-1) Justin Marks 20pts (-557pts)
55. (-1) Bobby Gerhart 19pts (-558pts)
56. (--) Hal Martin 18pts (-559pts)
57. (--) Derek White 18pts (-559pts)
58. (--) Bobby Reuse 15pts (-562pts)
59. (--) Matthew Carter 15pts (-562pts)
60. (--) Tim Schendel 14pts (-563pts)
61. (--) Kyle Fowler 12pts (-565pts)
62. (--) Stanton Barrett 12pts (-565pts)
63. (--) Kelly Admiraal 9pts (-568pts)
64. (--) Morgan Shepherd 7pts (-570pts)

# = Nationwide Series rookie
Only drivers registered for points in this series are shown in the standings.


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Dakoda Armstrong, driver of the #43 Fresh from Florida Ford, and Trevor Bayne, driver of the #6 AdvoCare Ford, lead the field to start the NASCAR Nationwide Series Subway Firecracker 250 Powered by Coca-Cola at Daytona International Speedway on July 4, 2014 in Daytona Beach, Florida. (Photo Credit: Streeter Lecka/NASCAR via Getty Images)
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