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Photo finish! Dramatic end to the Daytona 500

The Daytona 500 concluded in spectacular fashion Sunday with Denny Hamlin beating Martin Truex Jr by just 0.010 seconds and a lead of less than six inches — the closest finish in the history of the race.

Hamlin, driving for Joe Gibbs Racing, slammed across the finish line just a foot ahead of Truex after a gripping race that saw favourite Dale Earnhardt Jr spinning out after catching a rough tailwind. 

It was Hamlin's first Daytona win, and possibly the most spectacular in the sport's recent history — a true photo finish that left commentators guessing even past the last moment.

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Danny Hamlin slams past the finish line just one foot and 0.010 seconds ahead of Martin Truex Jr, marking the closest win in the history of the race
Commentators were guessing right up to — and beyond — the last moment, as Hamlin, accidentally aided shortly before byStewart-Haas Racing's Kevin Harvick, who had given him a push with his own car, zipped past the checkered flag
Third place was taken by Hamlin's teammate Kyle Busch
Victorious, Danny Hamlin celebrates his first Daytona win — and the closest in the history of the sport

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