Although Chase Briscoe doesn’t have a win to show for it, he has been one of the most consistent drivers in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2019. Heading into Friday night’s Circle K Firecracker 250, Briscoe had only finished outside the top-15 in one race.
Now, that will read two races outside the top-15 as he crashed hard after contact with Tyler Reddick while battling for the lead.
It looked like Reddick had a tire going soft, which caused the incident. Regardless, it’s little consolation for Briscoe.
A big crash for Chase Briscoe.— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) July 6, 2019
Tyler Reddick has a flat left-rear tire and gets into the No. 98 and sends him hard into the inside wall. Watch @XfinityRacing on NBCSN or stream: https://t.co/CAYgs2g5vY pic.twitter.com/25COS2r15E
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