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Clash at Daytona Winners

The Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona is a 75-lap exhibition event that is run the weekend before the Daytona 500. Since the event’s inception, it has usually included Busch Pole Award Winners, but it has over gone several format changes since it’s initial running in 1979.

As of 2019, Busch Pole Award Winners from the previous season, former Daytona 500 champions, former Daytona 500 pole winners and driver’s who made it into the Playoffs the year before are all eligible.

The format was originally a 20-lap dash for the cash in 1979. Nowadays, the race is 75 laps, with a competition caution at lap 25.

Here are the previous winners of the Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona:

 

Year Winner
1979 No. 28 – Buddy Baker
1980 No. 2 – Dale Earnhardt
1981 No. 11 – Darrell Waltrip
1982 No. 88 – Bobby Allison
1983 No. 75 – Neil Bonnett
1984 No. 12 – Neil Bonnett (2)
1985 No. 44 – Terry Labonte
1986 No. 3 – Dale Earnhardt (2)
1987 No. 9 – Bill Elliott
1988 No. 3 – Dale Earnhardt (3)
1989 No. 25 – Ken Schrader
1990 No. 25 – Ken Schrader (2)
1991 No. 3 – Dale Earnhardt (4)
1992 No. 15 – Geoff Bodine
1993 No. 3 – Dale Earnhardt (5)
1994 No. 24 – Jeff Gordon
1995 No. 3 – Dale Earnhardt (6)
1996 No. 88 – Dale Jarrett
1997 No. 24 – Jeff Gordon (2)
1998 No. 2 – Rusty Wallace
1999 No. 6 – Mark Martin
2000 No. 88 – Dale Jarrett (2)
2001 No. 20 – Tony Stewart
2002 No. 20 – Tony Stewart (2)
2003 No. 8 – Dale Earnhardt Jr.
2004 No. 88 – Dale Jarrett (3)
2005 No. 48 – Jimmie Johnson
2006 No. 11 – Denny Hamlin
2007 No. 20 – Tony Stewart (3)
2008 No. 88 – Dale Earnhardt Jr. (2)
2009 No. 29 – Kevin Harvick
2010 No. 29 – Kevin Harvick (2)
2011 No. 22 – Kurt Busch
2012 No. 18 – Kyle Busch
2013 No. 29 – Kevin Harvick (3)
2014 No. 11 – Denny Hamlin
2015 No. 20 – Matt Kenseth
2016 No. 11 – Denny Hamlin (2)
2017 No. 22 – Joey Logano
2018 No. 2 – Brad Keselowski
2019 No. 48 – Jimmie Johnson (2)
2020 No. 20 – Erik Jones

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