Waltrip won the first race for a spot on the inside of the second row. Stewart then avoided a big crash to claim a spot alongside Waltrip for the Daytona 500.
On the 36th lap of the second race, Kevin Harvick bumped the back of Johnson's car in the second turn.
"It's a shame," Johnson said. "He (Harvick) tore up six good race cars. I hope that (car owner Richard) Childress either fires him or NASCAR does something about this."
"He's just driving stupid," Nemechek said. "He'll get it back. Everybody's racing and he's trying to turn people around in the corner."