A unique race unfolded to start out the second ISDC Grand National Series season, where Trevor Brownlee took victory after the 75 lap affair. Despite sheet metal getting bent up early for Brownlee, he was able to position his car perfectly, even coming back from a lap down, a tall feat at Daytona, to cross the line less than a tenth of a second ahead of Caeton Bomersbach and Cody Wenzen. An early accident caused damage to many cars in the field allowing Wenzen to have a pretty steady night at the front of the field but it was Brownlee who swept through to victory in the late stages, leading only seven laps on the night. Adam Hill finished fourth and Will Roberts rounded out the top 5. The race was slowed three times for nine laps. The Big One took place on lap nine and collected a dozen cars. Looking forward Brownlee is sure to be a contender in the plate races, on the back of his victory in the 300 and his second in his duel, but now that the series turns back to the unrestricted tracks, it is yet to be seen who will be the force this season. Next week the series heads to the deserts of Nevada, Las Vegas Motor Speedway. As always all the action will be on RSR Network.
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