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1965 Daytona 500

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1965 Daytona 500

The 1965 Daytona 500, the 7th running of the event, was won by Fred Lorenzen driving a 1965 Ford on February 14, 1965. Lorenzen drove his number 28 to victory in 2 hours and 23 minutes after starting the race in the fourth position. There were 3 cautions flags which slowed the race for 43 laps.[1] Lorenzen won the rain shortened event by beating second place finisher Darel Dieringer by a full lap.[2] The win was Lorenzen's first victory of the season.[3]


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