A slow Daytona 500? In a way, yes, but don’t expect sanity

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DAYTONA BEACH — As mentioned here last week, NASCAR seems intent on playing give-and-take with the older region of its fan base.

Well, not sure whether to list this new item as a give or take, but for those wishing they could go back to a place deep in the rear-view, congrats, you’ve got yourself a 2022 Daytona 500 with lap times dating back 55 years.

Kyle Larson won the pole by touring Daytona International Speedway’s 2.5 miles in 49.680 seconds, which, for those of us whose personal dashboards include speedometers instead of stopwatches, equates to 181.159 miles per hour.

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