Yesterday provided a terrific conclusion to a crazy week at Daytona International Speedway, in which we saw history made with Danica Patrick becoming the first female pole-sitter for the Daytona 500, a horrific crash in the final turn of Saturday's Nationwide race and arguably the greatest driver of the last decade (Jimmie Johnson) hoist the Harvey J. Earl Trophy over his head for the second time in his career.

However, this past Sunday marked another history-making achievement: the first NASCAR race to be live-tweeted by a member of the 104.5 "The Team" on-air staff. Yours truly provided updates and random insight about the Daytona 500, watching every turn of every lap throughout the 500-mile marathon known as "The Great American Race."

Here's a look at the tweets provided during the race:

I must say, I really enjoyed live-tweeting during the race and look forward to the next time I do it, only this time under the 104.5 "The Team" Twitter account.