DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – In his debut appearance at the World Center of Racing, Harrison Burton joined father Jeff and uncle Ward as a winner at Daytona Int’l Speedway by topping Saturday night’s Lucas Oil 200. The 18-year-old Burton assumed the lead after a lightning-fast pit stop under caution just past the halfway point, then held off challenges from both Christian Eckes and Todd Gilliland in the waning laps en route to his third-career ARCA Menards Series victory. Burton led the final 43 laps uninterrupted, in a race that was extended from 80 laps to 86 laps due to an overtime finish, and was understandably emotional upon climbing out in Gatorade Victory Lane. “Wow, this is amazing,” Burton said. “I lost my voice after the checkered flag because I was screaming and yelling for a long time. This is so cool, man. I don’t even know where this ranks in my life right now; it’s crazy. I can’t even put into words how much this means to me and to the people who have supported me through this entire journey. “I actually felt really good on that last restart,” he added. “I knew that I wanted (Todd) Gilliland behind me,… Read full this story
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