2011 Gatorade Duel Results For Race No. 2: Jeff Burton Wins, Brian Keselowski Gets In

The second Gatorade Duel race at Daytona International Speedway has concluded with a dramatic last lap, as Jeff Burton held off Richard Childress Racing teammate Clint Bowyer at the finish line.

Michael Waltrip was third, Kyle Busch was fourth and Brian Keselowski – in an incredible underdog story – was fifth, thanks to a push from his younger brother, Brad.

Trevor Bayne and Jeff Gordon ran well until a wreck on the last lap. Because Waltrip didn't need his qualifying spot based on time, Dave Blaney made the Daytona 500.

This is the row that will start on the outside of Sunday's Daytona 500.

Here's the finishing order for the second Gatorade Duel:

  1. Jeff Burton
  2. Clint Bowyer
  3. Michael Waltrip
  4. Kyle Busch
  5. Brian Keselowski
  6. Jamie McMurray
  7. Brad Keselowski
  8. Denny Hamlin
  9. Martin Truex Jr.
  10. Carl Edwards
  11. David Reutimann
  12. Jeff Gordon
  13. Travis Kvapil
  14. Derrike Cope
  15. Greg Biffle
  16. Robert Richardson Jr.
  17. Robby Gordon
  18. Terry Labonte
  19. Trevor Bayne
  20. David Ragan
  21. Todd Bodine
  22. Steve Wallace
  23. Joey Logano
  24. Casey Mears
– Names in BOLD were trying to qualify for Daytona 500 via transfer spots
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