FORT WORTH, Texas — Man, two drivers — Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Brad Keselowski — who looked to have cars capable of finishing inside the top-10 Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway, slipped out of the PJ1 groove in turn four on lap 52 and slammed into the wall and each other.
A pileup in Turn 4 at @TXMotorSpeedway!
Brad Keselowski loses control, and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. loses it himself trying to avoid the No. 2 car.
— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) November 3, 2019
After the hard crash, both drivers are done for the day.
Keselowski, owned up to the crash chalking it up to being his mistake.
“I just busted my butt,” Keselowski said. “I hate it for Ricky [Stenhouse] he didn’t deserve that.”
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