Myatt Snider had 12th-position in his possession with 11 laps left in Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series Alsco Uniforms 250 at Texas Motor Speedway, but as he came off of turn two, Josh Berry made contact with Snider, which sent the driver of the No. 2 Richard Childress Racing machine hard into the inside backstretch wall.
Snider, who scored his first-career NASCAR Xfinity Series win at Homestead in the third race of the season, entered Texas hoping to turn his recent bad luck around. Snider had finished outside the top-20 in three straight races. That streak will extend to four races after the crash late at Texas.
This is the second time in the race that contact from Berry off of turn two has sent another driver into the inside wall. On lap 61, Berry got into the back of Jeb Burton, which sent Burton into the wall, damaging his No. 10 Kaulig Racing car.