DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The president is gone. So are the clouds, the long lines and most of the crowd. The Daytona 500 was scheduled to resume Monday after “The Great American Race” was postponed for just the second time in 62 years. Rain halted the event at just 20 laps, with pole-sitter Ricky Stenhouse Jr. out front the entire way at Daytona International Speedway. Forty-five minutes before the race was to resume, the public address announcer told fans that they will give the traditional command for drivers to restart the engines. “You guys will be the grand marshals,” the announcement said. Firesuits hung all over the garage Monday drying in the sun after the Sunday night soaking spoiled NASCAR’s biggest day of the year. At entrances around the speedway, where fans were stuck in security lines for hours a day earlier, NASCAR executives thanked those who returned for more racing. Ben Kennedy, great-grandson of NASCAR’s founder, was even assisting with bags searches at one checkpoint. The mood was dramatically different from a day earlier, when 11.2 million viewers tuned in to Fox Sports to watch President Donald Trump give the order to start ...