Friday at Atlanta Motor Speedway, it will back to business as usual for Kurt Busch, crew chief Tony Gibson and the rest of the Daytona 500-winning No. 41 Stewart-Haas Racing team.
The team will unload the No. 41 Ford and begin to go through the usual race weekend routine of practices, debriefs, qualifying and, finally, a race on the 1.54-mile oval.
But right now, there still a little bit of time for the winners to revel in Busch's last-laps pass for the victory under remarkable circumstances that saw four different drivers lead the final four laps of the race.
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Busch led the only lap that matters -- the last one -- and so he and the team now have a place in history.