Best photos from NASCAR’s Daytona 500 Media Day Tim Durr @timdurr Feb 22, 2017 at 3:23p ET Daytona 500 Media Day Drivers, fans, and media members gather at Daytona International Speedway for Media Day leading up to the Daytona 500. Check out some of the best pictures from today's events: Hollywood Hotel Chris Myers and Larry McReynolds interviewed drivers in the Hollywood Hotel as a part of a special 9-11 a.m. edition of 'NASCAR Race Hub'. @TheBuzzer The @TheBuzzer crew lined up on NASCAR's red carpet to do exclusive interviews with drivers. Check out the videos on our NASCAR on FOX Facebook page. The media files in The main stage where drivers gather to answer questions from the media sees a steady rotation on Daytona Media Day. Daryl Motte @TheBuzzer's Daryl Motte grabs his spot early on the red carpet to grab all of the prominent NASCAR drivers for interviews. Let's get it started An early morning in Daytona gets rolling fast with several drivers taking the stage from all three NASCAR series. Austin Dillon The driver of the No. 3 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet starts his media day session. He's hoping to finally break through for his first win at the biggest race in NASCAR. Elliott Sadler Elliott Sadler will be a favorite in the XFINITY Series in 2017 after making the Championship 4 in 2016. He's also making a start in the Daytona 500 in Tommy Baldwin's No. 7 car. AJ Allmendinger The driver of the No. 47 JTG Daugherty Racing Chevrolet gets a new teammate for 2017 as Chris Buescher fills the seat of a second JTG car. Joey Logano The media crowds tightly around Joey Logano as he answers questions on Media Day. The driver of the No. 22 Team Penske Ford won the season-opening Advance Auto Parts Clash. Jimmie Johnson The seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion takes the stage to answer questions about his expectations for 2017. After spinning twice in the Clash, Johnson vows to stay aggressive in the 500. Aric Almirola The driver of the No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports Ford looks to improve from his 2016 performance as he'll be the only car RPM fields in 2017. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. The driver of the No. 17 Roush Fenway Racing Ford makes his way down the red carpet during media day to answer questions for media of all forms. Danica Patrick The driver of the No. 10 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford does the rounds at Daytona Media Day, meeting among fans and media members for a plethora of interviews. Signatures galore A ton of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series helmets are lined up to get the signatures from every driver that comes through the media day tour. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Dale Jr. made his return to the race car on Sunday at Daytona and grabbed the second starting spot alongside his Hendrick Motorsports teammate, Chase Elliott. Relaxin' with Danica Danica Patrick makes herself comfortable during an interview at Daytona 500 Media Day. Mike Dinovo Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports Love is in the air While Ricky Stenhouse Jr. spends some time talking to our @TheBuzzer crew, Danica peaks over in the background. John David Mercer John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports Sit down with Dale Jr. Dale Earnhardt Jr. sits down for an interview during media day. Mike Dinovo Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports Jamie McMurray The driver of the No. 1 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet hopes to recapture the magic from his 2010 Daytona 500 win this weekend. Mike Dinovo Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports Kasey Kahne The driver of the No. 5 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet looks to build off of his strong end to the 2016 season this year. Mike Dinovo Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports Chase Elliott The back-to-back pole sitter for the Daytona 500 hopes to have a better result this year in the Great American Race. John David Mercer John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports Young Guns Three of the young stars of NASCAR - Kyle Larson, Ryan Blaney, and Chase Elliott - should all consistently battle for wins in 2017. John David Mercer John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports Happy Harvick Kevin Harvick must be smiling about Stewart-Haas Racing's move to Ford, or he's up to some mischief. Mike Dinovo Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports Crowding around Kenseth Matt Kenseth goes through the gamut of interviews with reporters during media day. John David Mercer John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports Daniel Suarez The news came quickly for Suarez to move up to Cup and fill in for Carl Edwards. He became a favorite for Rookie of the Year contender right away. John David Mercer John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports Kurt Busch The driver of the No. 41 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford fulfills his media duties. Mike Dinovo Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports Landon Cassill In the offseason, Cassill flipped from the No. 38 to the No. 34 at Front Row Motorsports. Peter Casey Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports Brad Keselowski The driver of the No. 2 Team Penske Ford makes the rounds for media day. Mike Dinovo Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports Kyle Busch Kyle Busch patiently waits for his next session of questions in media day. John David Mercer John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports Hangin' on the couch Ryan Blaney, Jamie McMurray and Clint Bowyer hang out on the couch during media day while McMurray shows Bowyer something on his phone. John David Mercer John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports Blaney and Hamlin Denny Hamlin and Ryan Blaney spent some time chatting on the couch during media day. Mike Dinovo Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports Next Gallery 5 Countdown to Daytona: Remembering Cale Yarborough's triumphs at Daytona Start Gallery » FOX Fantasy Auto Form a Racing Team, Compete for Prizes Play Now!