1993 Daytona 500
In 1993 Jeff Gordon made his first 500 start. He made quite a splash, finishing in the top five. On lap 170, trying to avoid the spinning cars of Michael Waltrip and Derrick Cope, Rusty Wallace's Pontiac lost control and cartwheeled several times down the backstretch grass. With two laps to go and Dale Earnhardt leading, Dale Jarrett's Chevrolet was running third going into turn three. Using a push from fourth place Geoff Bodine, Jarrett went under Jeff Gordon for second and pulled even with Dale Earnhardt. They bumped and that sent Earnhardt sliding up the track and Jarrett made the pass. Choking back tears, father Ned Jarrett calls the win for CBS Sports.