100 laps in to the 2012 Daytona 500, Washington natives Kasey Kahne and Greg Biffle are in great position and among the race leaders.
Biffle has made the most noise, leading for 35 laps so far, including the most recent ones before getting overtaken by Martin Truex, Jr. Biffle just missed out on the $200,000 bonus for the leader at Lap 100.
Still, with a speed of 198.076, he's been in the mix all night and should continue to be.
Kahne finds himself not too far behind. He's currently in fourteenth place, .8 seconds off the lead. He's been hovering the single-digits/low-teens all evening.
Tony Stewart, Jeff Burton and Denny Hamlin follow Truex and Biffle in the standings at the moment, though that's likely to change by the time I'm done writing this.