2002 Daytona 500 - Full Race
No. 22 driver Ward Burton of Bill Davis Racing won the 44th running of the Daytona 500. This was the first Daytona 500 to be lead at the start by two first-time particpants as Jimmie Johnson won the pole position and Kevin Harvick qualified second. 18 cars were involved in a 'Big One' pileup on lap 148 when Jeff Gordon and Kevin Harvick made contact. 6 drivers were eliminated then and there. Sterling Martin led the most laps in this race with 78 and Elliott Sadler of Wood Brothers Racing came in second.
Daytona 500 Race History