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Richard Childress gets emotional talking Monday morning about the No. 3 winning the Daytona 500 with Dale Earnhardt, and now 20 years later, with his grandson Austin Dillon.

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No pain, no gain? Austin Dillon and some members of his team got tattoos last night in celebration of the Daytona 500 win. Dillon says the tattoo won't be seen — it is on his posterior — and one of his crew members patted him on the butt this morning and it was a little painful. Crew chief Justin Alexander said he will get a tattoo if Dillon wins the Cup title.

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The Daytona 500 winning No. 3 car of Austin Dillon has a new home — as part of a display for tours at Daytona International Speedway. The Richard Childress Racing team will have its picture taken by the car — and the blown tire from the burnout — later this morning.

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An emotional Darrell Wallace Jr. finished second in the Daytona 500 struggles to regain his composure after seeing his mother and sister after the race.

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For the second year, NASCAR will divide races into stages and award regular-season points to the top-10 drivers and one playoff point -- a point that is carried through the third round of the playoffs -- to the winners of each of the first two stages. All drivers earn regular-season points at the end of the race, and the winner earns five playoff points. The first stage for the Daytona 500 ends at Lap 60, the second stage ends at Lap 120, and the race is scheduled to end on Lap 200.

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At the Daytona 500 prerace drivers meeting, there were no questions about the yellow-line rule, which has forced NASCAR to make some controversial calls in the last week at Daytona. The only mention was in the driver instruction video, which is normal. Here is the rule as played in the video:

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