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Statistics, event schedule and race information for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway.

Coke Zero Sugar 400

Race Recap and Results Pit Stall Assignments
Starting Lineup Qualifying Results
Final Practice Rained Out First Practice Speeds
Paint Schemes Fantasy Racing Preview
Driver Averages Driver Stats
Driver Ratings Laps Led Leaders
Past Race Winners Past Pole Winners
Entry List Schedule of Events

Track Length: 2.5 Miles
Race Length: 160 Laps (400 Miles)
First Race: Feb. 22, 1959 – Daytona 500
Banking in Corners: 31 degrees
Banking on Straights: 3 degrees
Banking on Tri-Oval: 18 degrees
Frontstretch: 3,800 feet
Backstretch: 3,000 feet

Stage Lengths: Stage 1 ends at Lap 40; Stage 2 ends at Lap 80; Final stage ends at Lap 160.

Qualifying Record: Bill Elliott, Ford, 210.364 mph (42.783 sec.); Feb. 9, 1987
Race Record: 400 Miles – Bobby Allison, Mercury, 173.473 mph (2:18:21); July 4, 1980.


Starting Positions of Daytona Race Winners
Daytona 500 and Coke Zero Sugar 400

Starting Pos. Races Won
1 26
2 19
3 11
4 12
5 6
6 8
7 7
8 8
9 12
10 1
11 3
12 4
13 4
14 2
15 6
19 4
21 1
30 1
32 2
33 1
34 1
38 1
39 1
42 1

Daytona Races won from Pole (18 of 117)
Daytona 500 and Coke Zero Sugar 400

Driver  Year
Fireball Roberts 1959, 1962
Jack Smith 1960
Richard Petty 1966
Cale Yarborough 1968, 1981, 1984
David Pearson 1974
Buddy Baker 1980
Bill Elliott 1985, 1987
Jeff Gordon 1999, 2004
Dale Jarrett 2000
Tony Stewart 2005, 2009
Kevin Harvick 2010
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 2015

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