DAYTONA 500 NOTEBOOK: NORMAN'S BELL FINISHES 21ST IN DAYTONA 500

Norman native Christopher Bell came within four laps of finishing the Daytona 500 before being knocked out. Bell, a rookie making his NASCAR Cup Series debut in the Daytona 500, finished 21st in the race.Read more on NewsOK.com

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