Coming into Nashville as an underdog favorite, Tyler Reddick dug himself into a hole early on in Sunday’s Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway.
As he exited pit road following his green-flag pit stop, Reddick clipped a section of grass and sent his No. 8 Camaro spinning off the exit of turn 2.
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At first, NASCAR didn’t throw the caution but eventually decided to wave the yellow for the second caution of the day. The spin caught many drivers one lap down who was on pit road at the time.
Reddick eventually requested something to clean the interior window of his car, before rejoining the race in the 32nd position.