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Video: Daniel Hemric Sees First Career Win Slip Away AGAIN, Gets Turned by Kyle Busch on Late-Race Restart

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For what feels like the 100th-time in his NASCAR Xfinity Series career, Daniel Hemric has once again lost out on his first career victory in NASCAR’s top-three series, after a bad bump on the restart from teammate Kyle Busch, sent the No. 18 Poppy Bank Toyota Camry into the outside wall in turn one.

The accident occured on a late-race restart and would not only destroy Hemric’s chances of winning Saturday’s Credit Karma Money 250, but would also shuffle Justin Allgaier’s No. 7 back into the middle of the pack. Hemric would come home 30th, while teammate Kyle Busch would claim the win in his supposed final Xfinity Series start.

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