Found February 16, 2013 on Speedway Digest - Home for NASCAR News: Yardbarker Blogger Network
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On a night in which Daytona International Speedway and ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards legend Bill Venturini claimed his first victory in 31 years of competing at the "World Center of Racing," Frank Kimmel was pleased to get out of town with a fourth-place finish in Saturday's Lucas Oil 200 presented by MAV TV American Real.   Kimmel scored his eighth career top-five finish in 22 career starts -- but his first since 2008 -- when he started his No. 44 Ansell/Menards Toyota Camry in 19th, but took advantage of adept pit strategy, track position and a good drafting car to drive from outside the top-10 to his final finishing position.   Kimmel, who leaves Daytona fourth in the standings and more than 100 points ahead of where he was last season -- when a yellow-line violation penalty knocked him back to 21st in the final rundown -- was well aware of that fact.   "It's a good start to the season," Kimmel said. "It ran good and battled all day -- I...
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