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Santino Ferrucci Diagnosed with Concussion Following Massive Tumble in Chili Bowl Hot Laps

Santino Ferrucci has been diagnosed with a concussion following a massive tumble in hot laps for the 2022 Chili Bowl Nationals on Friday. Screenshot taken from FloRacing broadcast.

Santino Ferrucci, a part-time driver in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, will see his bid to run a second Chili Bowl Nationals come to an early conclusion, after a vicious tumble in hot laps prior to Friday’s preliminary action.

The 23-year-old was running in close proximity to another car, when his Dave Mac Dalby Motorsports entry got launched into the air, taking a massive tumble entering turn three, which included multiple significant impacts with the dirt.

Following the massive shunt, Ferrucci was brought to a local hospital, where he would later be released and diagnosed with a concussion, according to Dave Mac Dalby Motorsports, ultimately ending the weekend for the driver from Woodbury, Connecticut.

Shortly after 9:30pm / ET, Ferrucci posted to his Twitter account, saying he had “only a minor concussion”

Any additional updates will be added to this story, when / if they become available.

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