Bubba Wallace ran into trouble early and late in his first Daytona 500 driving for Michael Jordan.He still came out of NASCAR's marquee race on Sunday with another milestone, becoming the first Black driver to lead a lap in the Daytona 500. Wallace dipped to the low line late in the second stage to grab the lead on Lap 129 in the No. 23 Toyota. He lost the lead back to two-time defending champion Denny Hamlin -- who co-owns 23XI Racing with Jordan -- and ran third at the end of the stage.
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