The 1993 Daytona 200 was one of the most exciting last-lap duels in the race’s history. Eddie Lawson, in his final American motorcycle race victory, outgunned Russell to the line in one of the closest Daytona 200 races ever. Duhamel finished third. Lawson credited the power of his special factory Yamaha (wearing Vance & Hines colors) with helping him earn the win. The two leaders came upon Chuck Graves in the chicane on the final lap. Graves’ bike was sputtering, running out of fuel. Russell took the time to turn around and give Graves the one-fingered salute for getting in his way. To this day Graves maintains if Russell hadn’t messed around with flipping him off Scott would have beaten Eddie. Notice the lack of a backdrop on the press conference podium. Just a plain wall.