By .007 of a seconds, Tony Stewart beat Clint Bowyer to the checkerd flag to win the Nationwide race in Daytona.
Kansas native Bowyer, lead for of the final laps of the race, while Stewart had to restart 11th after the final caution with 9 laps to go in the race. Bowyer and Stewart had drafted together for most of the race before that caution.
For the final 9 laps, Bowyer hooked up with Dale Earnhardt Junior, while Stewart picked up the unlikely dance partner in Landon Cassell.
"Landon is not new to this. I don't think he's ever got a chance to run a full season in Nationwide. But he's been around a long time." said Stewart. "He ran a good race up to that point so we had confidence he was going to be good and fast at the end."
He got it done for Smoke, just pushing Stewart past Bowyer at the line. Clint finished second followed by Cassell, Earnhardt and Reed Sorenson.
"Awesome ending," said Bowyer. "That's what's so much fun about this place. No matter what the race is, the ending's always great."