Tony Stewart won the Coke Zero 400 on Saturday, but he didn’t like the way he won it. In the first restrictor-plate race since Carl Edwards went airborne into the catch fence at Talladega and injured seven fans, Stewart spun Kyle Busch on the final lap at Daytona on Saturday, causing a crash that sent Busch to the infield care center. (It appears he is OK.) Busch tried to block Stewart on the final lap, but Stewart made slight contact with Busch. Busch lost control and was struck by cars driven by Kasey Kahne and Joey Logano.

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