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Second Multi-Car Pileup collects Briscoe, Johnson, Preece, Among Others

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Cody Williams is the author of BUNNY BOY and THE FIFTH LINE. He lives near Bristol, TN.
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Following another round of green flag pitstops, calamity breaks loose again, collecting several big names.

What’s Happening

Following another round of green flag pit stops, another multi-car incident occurred which collected the likes of Ford driver, Chase Briscoe, Ryan Preece, and 2020 Daytona 500 Champ, Michael McDowell, not to mention Seven-Time himself, Jimmie Johnson.

The wreck occurred as leaders snaked around a lap car on the outside, bottling them up. The triggering point of the incident occured when the 2 of Austin Cendrick lifted, causing SHR drivers Almirola and Preece to get out of shape. After that, chaos ensued as two-time Daytona 500 Champ, Jimmie Johnson was tagged in the wreck.

You Should Know

  • The incident again took place after another round of green flag pit stops.
  • These green flag pitstops bunched up a very tight filed making it very easy for everything to break loose.
  • Kevin Harvick was also involved in the incident, likely putting an end to his hopes of willing in his final Daytona 500, to fan disappointment.

In The Stands

Following the wreck, Nick was still hung up on the abundance of commercial breaks:

A Kyle Busch fan just happy he made it through that one:

Denny know the boss man in the booth can’t be too happy!

In response to PRN, Mark Garrow feels bad for the impressive Truex, McDowell, and Preece:

A lot of fords were involved in this one. Only time will tell if that hinders their chances headed for the checkered.

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Cody Williams is the author of BUNNY BOY and THE FIFTH LINE. He lives near Bristol, TN.
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