What was setting up to be a thrilling finish for Saturday’s New Holland 250 is about to get even crazier after a late-race caution.
Jesse Little drove off turn two and lost the back end of his No. 99 entry, sending himself spinning down the track into traffic.
On his way to the apron, Little clipped the No. 74 of Bayley Currey, causing significant damage to both cars.
Little was able to climb out under his own power as the AMR Safety Team tended to his car.
Josh Berry and AJ Allmendinger were in a fierce battle for the lead, with Berry’s No. 8 Camaro coming alive in the closing laps.