Know what I really like about Trevor Bayne?
It's the choices he makes.
He chose to push when it was time to push, to lead when it was time to lead and to block when it was time to block in the Daytona 500.
He chose to celebrate his out-of-nowhere victory Sunday by being true to himself, shooting baskets and riding skateboards with his buddies. This is the same kid who, before any of this happened, had already sat down with his family and advisers to define his goals as a racer and as a person.