The words of Jeff Gordon and Mike Joy, telling in-race analyst Clint Bowyer to check up as a multi-car incident broke out in front of the No. 14. Bowyer made it through the incident cleanly, but lost a numer of positions, when his new spotters forgot to tell him that the caution flag was out.
If this whole “Fox Sports 1 Broadcaster” thing doesn’t work out for Jeff Gordon, he could always make it as a spotter!
The incident began when the No. 6 of Ross Chastain was tagged by the No. 24 of William Byron, sending Chastain for a wild ride through the first corner of the virtual Homestead-Miami Speedway. Chastain collected Garrett Smithley and Parker Kligerman, before driving off.
That was not the end of the incident though, as four-wide contact on the backstretch caused Ross Chastain and Justin Allgaier, along with others to end up in the outside wall on Lap 29 of the Dixie Vodka 150
CHECK UP, @ClintBowyer!
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