For a sport where speed is king, NASCAR's Daytona 500 this year was one long waiting game.
First, rain led race officials to pull the plug Sunday - the first time in Daytona 500's history. Then, continuing showers led them to re-reschedule the start from noon to Monday evening.
When the race finally got underway, a massive fire with 40 laps to go red-flagged it for a couple more hours, pushing the race into a third day.
In the end, Matt Kenseth crossed the finish line about 1 a.m. Tuesday, claming the 54th running of "The Great American Race."FULL STORY