14-Car Crash at Talladega Halts NASCAR Race
NASCAR was compelled to briefly quit Sunday's race at Talladega Superspeedway to clean-up after A15-car crash.
The injury happened 47 laps to the race when Paul Menard tried to move Trevor Bayne to the exterior of a three-broad bunch of automobiles. Kurt Busch was following carefully on Bayne's fender, along with the aero-dynamics from Menard to the surface and Busch behind him triggered Bayne's automobile to snap about.
"It felt like (Menard) really was tight on our door and sucked us about," Bayne stated.
"The atmosphere is really sensitive here. When you get too near to someone, it may only pull you right about and and it is as muchas hitting someone bodily when you get back on their door that limited."
The race was stopped for 1 1 minutes due to the injury, which likewise gathered Daytona 500 winner Joey Logano, Kasey Kahne, Kyle Larson and Danica Patrick. Of the motorists involved, just Bayne and Larson endured enough damage with their automobiles to stop their day.
"I really thought I would miss it there and then (Landon Cassill) slipped over the track," Larson stated. "I attempted turning back the racetrack to prevent him and only got in to him and began spinning and hitting the wall and material."
Through the red flag period, among Justin Allgaier's crew members was ejected by NASCAR for managing a gasoline can behind the pit-road wall with no helmet or protective face cover. Read Source
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