Even as Tony Stewart emerged from his car as the unquestioned master of the nighttime at Daytona, he had a hollow feeling of shortcoming. Even after a superb solo breakup of the strongest tag team in restrictor-plate racing, even after his fourth Coke Zero 400 win in the past eight years on Saturday night, he seemed unfulfilled, and said so. With those words, Stewart moved to the long-troubled echelon of the late Dale Earnhardt as a driver who seems able to win every event at this place but its biggest. Stewart's 18th win at Daytona now places him second all-time at the track behind Earnhardt's 34.
Video Highlights 07/07/2012: Coke Zero 400 (Daytona - Nascar)
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