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Michael Jordan’s Daytona 500 debut was as astonishing as his free-throw dunk  

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The Bulls legend and Bubba Wallace’s black-owned team broke barriers in a sport with a history of intolerance. But Nascar’s redemption is not complete Bubba Wallace’s No 23 car leads the field during Sunday’s Daytona 500. Photograph: Mark J Rebilas/USA Today Sports With one lap left in Sunday’s Daytona 500, Bubba Wallace made his move. Pinned behind 15 cars arranged in a neat row on the top groove of Daytona’s 2.5-mile oval, Wallace charged into the bottom lane behind Kevin Harvick in hope of running down race leader Joey Logano. Just when Wallace appeared to be gathering steam – disaster. Brad Keselowski, jostled by an extra-hard shove from Michael McDowell, rocketed him into Logano’s left-side rear bumper, triggering a multicar pile-up

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Michael Jordan’s Daytona 500 debut was as astonishing as his free-throw dunk

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