Notes: Margin of victory: over 22 seconds.
Yamaha's Cameron Beaubier dominated the 2013 Daytona 200, leading the majority of laps and in fact lapping up to sixth place. In fact, some riders in the race were lapped four or more times.
Beaubier put on a Scott Russell-level performance, regaining the lead on lap twenty one, and never relinquishing it again.
Elena Myers and Mellisa Paris, who are women, finished ninth and tenth in the race but were unfortunately lapped multiple times. Mellisa Paris, after the race, asked fans to visit her web site so as to buy underwear from one of her sponsors.
Former 200 winners Jake Zemke, Joey Pascarella and Jason DiSalvo did not finish the race due to various mechanicals. 1989 winner John Ashmead finished the race in 22nd and vowed to come back next year and race the 200 again.