Everything is bigger in Texas, and the drivers of the NASCAR Cup Series have decided to prove that, after contact between Bubba Wallace and Kurt Busch triggered the largest crash in the history of Texas Motor Speedway, collecting 18 cars, including NASCAR Cup Series Playoff driver Kyle Busch.
THE BIG ONE at Texas!
Bubba Wallace spins, and the field wrecks behind him!#NASCARPlayoffs x NBC x @PeacockTV pic.twitter.com/2DVWUotWDw
— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) October 17, 2021
According to the #TobyTracker, the following cars were involved in the accident: Quin Houff (00), Kurt Busch (1), Ryan Newman (6), Aric Almirola (10), Chase Briscoe (14), Kyle Busch (18), Bubba Wallace (23), Michael McDowell (34), Ryan Preece (37), Anthony Alfredo (38), Cole Custer (41), Ross Chastain (42), Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (47), Alex Bowman (48), Cody Ware (51), Josh Bilicki (52), Joey Gase (53), Justin Haley (77).
Wallace, Bowman, Stenhouse, Newman, Preece, Haley, Ware, and Gase were all unable to continue in the event, and would record finishes from 32nd to 39th, respectively.
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