SPEEDWEEKS AT DAYTONA
Today: Budweiser Duel qualifying races, 1 p.m., SPEED (lineups on C9)
Friday: Camping World Trucks Series race, 6:30 p.m., SPEED
Saturday: Nationwide Series race, noon, ESPN
Sunday: 55th Daytona 500, noon, Ch. 9
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