Daytona 500 purse 2013: How much did Jimmie Johnson win on Sunday?

Kevin Liles-USA TODAY Sports

Jimmie Johnson earned just over $1.5 million for his Daytona 500 win on Sunday after holding off Dale Earnhardt Jr. to take the checkered flag.

Jimmie Johnson took the checkered flag at the 2013 Daytona 500, and with it he earned a significant payday. The Great American Race is the biggest NASCAR event of the year, with a total purse just under $20 million. Winning the race not only leads to an immediate financial windfall, but also serves as a boost to the winning driver, who can nab endorsement deals and more for taking the Daytona 500 checkered flag.

Johnson earned $1,525,275 for his win on Sunday -- a nice windfall in addition to the glory of winning the Daytona 500. The total purse for this year's race was a little over $19.3 million, the largest in Daytona 500 history. The lion's share goes to Johnson, the winner, though Dale Earnhardt Jr. also pocketed over $1 million for his second-place finish.

Here's a full breakdown of the prize money from Sunday's Daytona 500

1) Jimmie Johnson: $1,525,275

2) Dale Earnhardt Jr. $1,104,814

3) Mark Martin $817,013

4) Brad Keselowski $707,855

5) Ryan Newman $573,271

6) Greg Biffle $481,864

7) Regan Smith $411,822

8) Danica Patrick $389,464

9) Michael McDowell $368,121

10) J.J. Yeley $338,738

11) Clint Bowyer $373,086

12) Ricky Stenhouse Jr. $373,399

13) Aric Almirola $358,449

14) Denny Hamlin $330,739

15) Bobby Labonte $337,647

16) David Reutimann $324,872

17) Dave Blaney $322,785

18) Marcos Ambrose $340,072

19) Joey Logano $339,057

20) Jeff Gordon $362,229

21) Paul Menard $343,279

22) Michael Waltrip $309,554

23) Scott Speed $305,514

24) Marin Truex Jr. $340,114

25) Travis Kvapil $317,038

26) Terry Labonte $307,838

27) Trevor Bayne $308,789

28) Kurt Busch #336,234

29) Casey Mears $312,314

30) Jeff Burton $311,031

31) Austin Dillon $313,583

32) Jamie McMurray $328,933

33) Carl Edwards $334,164

34) Kyle Busch $377,610

35) David Ragan $308,188

36) Kasey Kahne $334,118

37) Matt Kenseth $544,306

38) David Gilliland $283,879

39) Juan Pablo Montoya $318,593

40) Josh Wise $276,953

41) Tony Stewart $321,179

42) Kevin Harvick $346,418

43) Joe Nemechek $264,354

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