2015 Daytona 200 Danny Eslick makes it two Daytona 200 wins in a row.
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Because International Speedway Corporation and MotoAmerica could not come to an agreement on joint production of a 2015 Daytona 200, ISC brought in ASRA (American Sportbike Racing Association), whose address is the same as that of WERA.

The race was in the very best Daytona tradition—it was reach-out-and-touch-you close nearly all the way, with last year’s winner Danny Eslick turning back a heart-stopper last-lap drafting challenge by 2010 200 winner Josh Herrin by 0.086 second. Geoff May was third, his presence in the race made possible by the “Project Mayday” GoFundMe internet fundraising effort. He was with the other two until a refueling glitch on lap 52. The evergreen Steve Rapp (who won the 200 in 2007) was with the lead group until assessed a penalty for being out of position for the restart after the fourth red flag.

Through the miracle of transponder scoring, the confusion that used to result from the two fuel and tire stops is a thing of the past. Yet despite that, this 74th running of the Daytona 200 saw a tight cluster…………… continues on Cycleworld

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St. Patrick’s Day is often associated with the luck of the Irish, but in fact, it’s one of the deadliest days of the year on the nation’s roads. There is typically a dramatic spike in alcohol-related driving fatalities during the holiday, and  “no amount of luck can save you from a drunk-driving crash,” the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) noted in its prevention campaign materials.

During the St. Patrick’s Day weekend in 2013, more than a third (40 percent) of all crash fatalities involved drunk drivers. The night of March 17—St. Patrick’s Day—was especially bad, the federal agency said. In the post-celebration hours between midnight and 5:59 a.m. March 18, 2013, a staggering 55 percent of crash fatalities involved drunk drivers. And the majority of drunk drivers tend to be way over that limit. From 2009 to 2013, three out of four drunk-driving fatalities occurred with drivers who were more than double the legal limit.

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The agency emphasized that driving drunk has serious legal and financial consequences in addition to the loss of life or serious injury. “This St. Patrick’s Day, if you d…………… continues on Forbes

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