After a huge 21-truck pileup early in the race’s final stage, the Chevrolet Silverado 250 at Talladega has claimed another handful of cars, after a bad block exiting turn four by Grant Enfinger, triggered a seven truck pileup within 20 laps to go.
Enfinger – racing for ThorSport Racing’s No. 98 Toyota Tundra — made a block on Sheldon Creed in the closing laps, bringing his Champion Power Equipment entry up the race track. With nowhere to go, Creed hooked the No. 98, sending him back down in front of the pack.
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Playoff contenders Stewart Friesen and Carson Hocevar were involved in the accident, along with Tate Fogleman, Clay Greenfield, and Hailie Deegan. All of the drivers involved in the incident were forced to retire from the event and would be relegated to finishes outside the top-20.