My latest story from Red Bull on Scott Speed's Daytona qualifying effort:
Scott Speed left us in no doubt that he’s ready to go in the 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup after locking up a spot in the Daytona 500 field with a superb performance in qualifying on Saturday.
The No 82 Red Bull Toyota driver arrived in Florida without a guaranteed starting spot in Sunday's Great American Race, but he quickly ended the uncertainty with a sizzling run in qualifying that locked him into the field for this year’s Daytona 500.
His speed of 189.958mph (305.642kph) in 47.429s around the 2.5mi (4km) tri-oval Daytona International Speedway was just 1.230mph (1.979kph) and 0.305s behind the pole winner Mark Martin.
More at: Red Bull International
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