Sport: Grudge Race

The leadfooted daredevils who race on Europe's Grand Prix circuit, at Indianapolis' famed "Brickyard," and on dusty stock-car tracks across the U.S. have only two things in common: a fondness for money and a disdain for one another. Last week they got a chance to exploit both emotions. All three classes of drivers competed in the Daytona Continental, a three-hour endurance race for sports and grand touring cars, run over Florida's

Daytona International Speedway, fastest track in the U.S.

Touted as a grudge race, the Daytona Continental lived up to its billing. Semi-Expatriate Phil...

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