Trevor Bayne makes pit stop in SF
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The youngest driver ever to win the Daytona 500 made a pit stop in San Francisco Tuesday afternoon. Trevor Bayne came in to visit, courtesy of the folks at Infineon Raceway, who hold their race in June.
Bayne, who was in Chicago Tuesday morning, visited Ghirardelli Square to quickly whip up an ice cream sundae.
Before Bayne won Sunday's race, the youngest driver to ever win Daytona was 25. Bayne is only 20 years old.
ABC7 spoke with him about a victory nobody saw coming.
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