NASCAR Driver Ryan Newman Hospitalized In Serious Condition Following Daytona 500 Crash

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Denny Hamlin won the Daytona 500. Ryan Newman was severely injured in the last lap of the match as he was nearing the finish line but he slid across the line in the heap of metal.

Driver Ryan Blaney locked bumpers with Newman's vehicle, sending the car skidding sideways, at which point the car driven by Corey LoJoie slammed into the side of Newman's car at full speed, sending the car flipping up in the air and skidding upside down on the payment when it landed.

"I think there's that aspect of being a girl that does help", Deegan told the Associated Press. It doesn't always work. After flipping over, Newman's auto was hit on the driver's side window area by Corey LaJoie's oncoming vehicle.

Hamlin had the lead for the final, second-overtime restart.

"The odds - we've definitely defied odds the last eight years or so to win the Daytona 500". "But No. 1, we're praying for Ryan".

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Blaney, who finished just 0.014 seconds behind Hamlin in the second-closest Daytona finish on record, offered his thoughts on the crash, the race's third big incident, immediately after stepping out of his auto. Newman was bumped and careened into the wall. Looked pretty good. Definitely was trying to push him to a win.

Newman's wreck looked just as terrible to the naked eye and arguably worse on replay. We really didn't know. Racing, we know what can happen, we just dream it doesn't happen.

Among those who had shots at victory erased by the wreck were Keselowski, Almirola, Martin Truex Jr., Kurt Busch, Alex Bowman, Austin Dillon, Ty Dillon, Ryan Blaney and Jimmie Johnson. "I hope he's all right". Draws Dale Jarrett, who gave JGR his first victory at the Daytona 500 in 1993, Jeff Gordon and Bobby Allison.

The race on Sunday was postponed a day for just the second time in 62 years after it rained moments after Trump's ceremonial pace lap.

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