Pocono, more like Poc-oh-no, am I right?
The two feel-good stories from Saturday’s Pocono Organics 325 on Saturday, have fallen by the wayside early in Sunday’s Pocono 350.
Following Michael McDowell’s crash on lap 15, Christopher Bell, who had an impressive fourth-place finish on Saturday, backed his No. 95 Leavine Family Racing Toyota Camry into the wall on lap 39.
Heavy damage for Christopher Bell at Pocono. pic.twitter.com/JpweLWLBfJ
— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) June 28, 2020
While the camera work from FOX didn’t show how the incident occurred, Bell stated in an interview that it was not the fault of anyone else. Bell simply lost control on his own.
Bell is done for the day and will finish 39th a day after notching his career-best finish.
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