After making rear-gear changes, Roush Fenway Racing teammates Trevor Bayne and Greg Biffle will both start their respective Can-Am Duels from the rear of the field. Teams are allowed to make a rear-gear change following the Can-Am Duel before the Daytona 500, but are not allowed to make a change before the event.
Bayne and Biffle join Kevin Harvick, Brian Vickers and Martin Truex Jr. as driver starting from the rear. Those drivers have to start from the rear after technical infractions, which can befound here.
Meanwhile, Michael McDowell would top the chart in the first of two practices on Wednesday with a lap of 200.173 mph.