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Because of rain, NASCAR postpones Daytona night race until Sunday afternoon.

Many unexpected things are happening in Florida. But one thing that is expected to occur in Florida in July, that is Thunderstorms. This thunderstorm is very expensive for all the NASCAR fans out there as because of this thunderstorm is interfering a lot in between the race. This rain forced NASCAR to postpone Coke Zero Sugar 400 to Sunday afternoon this race was scheduled to start at the Saturday Night.

With the 18th race, The NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series has hit the halfway point of the 2019 season. The Coke Zero Sugar 400 is the lone night race at a superspeedway this season and will feature the same rules package – one-inch wicker on the car’s rear spoiler and no restrictor plates – as the wreck-filled race at Talladega in April, which finished under caution. Daytona’s 2.5-mile oval, which features 31-degree banking in the turns, is a far narrower track than Talladega, so expect some collisions.

Because of this rain, the qualifying was canceled, so this means that now the drivers have to start according to team owner points. Based on the points Joey Logano will start from the pole as because he has finished well in his last nine races at Daytona. Erik Jones is the defending winner. And he is focusing on repeating the history to improve his 17th-place position in the points standings with nine regular-season races remaining. We have our this year’s Daytona 500’s winner Denny Hamlin, and his fans will be happy after knowing that he also has the best average on this track from last ten races.

Sunday’s race is going to be the last time Daytona International Speedway.