The second leg of the Drydene Double will come to an early end for Vinnie Miller, who after contact with Jeffrey Earnhardt’s Drydene-sponsored No. 0 Chevrolet, was forced to make an early exit from the race.
The accident occured off turn two, when contact was made between Earnhardt and Miller, sending both cars into the wall with significant force. The damage on Miller’s No. 78 would affect the driveability of the car, sending Miller into the turn three wall hard.
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Miller was unable to continue in the race, finishing 36th-place in Sunday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Dover. Earnhardt was able to stay on the lead lap, after coming to pit road to repair the damage on the No. 0.
Miller’s No. 78 was unable to continue in the race, finishing 36th-place in Sunday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Dover. Earnhardt’s No. 0 was able to continue on the lad lap, after coming onto pit road to repair damage on the vehicle.