A big win for an area family.
If you're a NASCAR fan you know who the Wood Brothers are but if you don't know they helped put the tiny town of Stuart, Virginia on the map.
The Wood Brothers had their racing headquarters in Stuart for more than 50 years before relocating to North Carolina.
But the museum is still here in Virginia and many family members continue to call Patrick County home.
On Monday, the museum was busy with phone calls and visits from fans. 75 t-shirts were sold and the museum's website crashed because of the surge in traffic.
Fans say it's possibly the biggest win for the Wood Brothers.
"It means a lot," says David Dalton, "I've been pulling for the Wood Brothers forever."
"When I heard he (Bayne) crossed the line I just started jumping up and down," says Victoria Hopkins, 13, "I couldn't believe it all."
Delano Wood is one of the brothers who founded the racing team. He left about 30 years but watched the race Sunday.
"I said it was a million to one odds that this would happen," says Wood, who called the victory "special".
The museum has ordered shirt commemorating the Daytona 500. The shipment is expected to arrive later this week.