After a short break the NASCAR season is about to get into full swing. Already we’ve had the Sprint Unlimited Saturday night won by Denny Hamlin for the third time and pole qualifying Sunday which saw rookie Chase Elliott win his first NASCAR Sprint Cup pole as he embarks on his first full year in the No. 24 Chevy once occupied by the new retired legendary driver turned TV analyst Jeff Gordon.
Monday will quiet on the track, but TV viewers can get their NASCAR fix all day long with re-airings of pole day on both Fox Sports 1 and 2. In addition, there will be a repeat of “NASCAR The List: Best Daytona Moments” on the NBC Sports Network and a re-air of “NASCAR Race Classic: The 1993 Daytona 500” on FS1.
While there won’t be an on-track activity Tuesday, the annual Daytona Media Day will take place.
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