DRIVE4COPD 300 results 2013: Tony Stewart wins Daytona Nationwide race

Kevin Liles-USA TODAY Sports

Victory marks Stewart's seventh Nationwide Daytona win.

In a race that saw Kyle Larson flip into the front straightaway catch-fence and sent parts of his car in the grandstand, Tony Stewart won the Nationwide Series DRIVE4COPD 300 at Daytona International Speedway.

The win was Stewart's seventh Nationwide Daytona victory and moved him into a tie with the late Dale Earnhardt for most all-time.

Danica Patrick was competitive from the onset and at one point, even powered underneath Stewart to take the lead. Altogether, she led five laps on the afternoon, but her promising run came to an end prematurely when she went to the garage with what was thought to be a blown engine on Lap 31. Victory marks Stewart's seventh Nationwide Daytona win. The problem was later diagnosed to be an issue with her ignition. Patrick finished 36th.

Pole-sitter Trevor Bayne also suffered mechanical troubles believed to be a driveshaft and ended up 31st in the final rundown.

The complete finishing order for the DRIVE4COPD 300 is as follows:

1) Tony Stewart

2) Sam Hornish Jr.

3) Alex Bowman

4) Dale Earnhardt Jr.

5) Parker Kligerman

6) Brian Scott

7) Justin Allgaier

8) Eric McClure

9) Robert Richardson Jr.

10) Travis Pastrana

11) Nelson Piquet Jr.

12) Brad Keselowski

13) Kyle Larson

14) Regan Smith

15) Elliott Sadler

16) Matt Kenseth

17) Mike Harmon

18) Joe Nemechek

19) Brian Vickers

20) Kasey Kahne

21) Austin Dillon

22) Jeffrey Earnhardt

23) Mike Bliss

24) Jason White

25) Danny Efland

26) Michael Annett

27) Johanna Long

28) Hal Martin

29) Jamie Dick

30) Reed Sorenson

31) Trevor Bayne

32) Kyle Busch

33) Jeremy Clements

34) Mike Wallace

35) Kurt Busch

36) Danica Patrick

37) Juan Carlos Blum

38) Blake Koch

39) Scott Lagasse Jr.

40) Jeff Green

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