That’s the lesson Bubba Wallace may take from the Duel at Daytona.
Joey Logano made a monster, last second move to steal second place from Wallace, who was cruising along. Logano moved to the outside and passed Wallace, who looked like he could have made a move to block, but didn’t.
Ryan Blaney won, and was very happy afterwards.
With the qualifying in the books, Blaney will start in row 2, Logano in row 3, and Wallace in row 4 at the Daytona 500.