Well, that was an action-packed restart early in Stage 2 of the Indiana 250 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Christopher Bell attempted to slide in behind Noah Gragson in the No. 9 car, but misjudged and the two made contact. Somehow, Bell was able to avoid crashing, but he also made contact with Tyler Reddick before getting things corrected.
As this was happening, rookie Brandon Brown went around and backed his No. 86 car into the wall to bring out the caution.
A wild start to Stage 2 at @IMS, with trouble for Christopher Bell and Brandon Brown.
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