If you missed yesterday's Daytona 500, you didn't see one of the closest photo finishes in NASCAR history.
Denny Hamlin beat Martin Truex Jr. to the checkered flag by a mere 0.010 seconds, and the crowd went wild.
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There were obviously plenty of racing fans in the Daytona Beach crowd, but there were also quite a few celebrities in attendance at the 58th annual Great American Race.
Gerard Butler served as Grand Marshal at yesterday's Daytona 500, but that was just the beginning of a star-studded guest list.
From Wyclef Jean to Ken Griffey Jr., check out who else headed to Daytona International Speedway to fulfill a need for speed.
Washington Nationals superstar Bryce Harper was in his element down in Daytona.
And who knew Charlotte McKinney was about that NASCAR life?
Country music stars Florida Georgia Line performed for fans before the race got started.
It looks like this was far from comedian Gabriel Iglesias' first race.
Your 2016 Daytona 500 Grand Marshal, Gerard Butler.
Jason Biggs was also on hand to enjoy the race festivities.
John Cena, Chris Soules and Ndamukong Suh joined Butler to revel in the fun of the Daytona 500.
But the honor of waving the green flag belonged solely to Ken Griffey Jr.
Jr. also got a chance to take a photo with music legend Wyclef Jean.
Bonus: What's a major sporting event in 2016 without a selfie?