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Video: Kyle Busch Abandons Damaged Car on Pit Road After Lap 168 Accident

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Kyle Busch walks away from his damaged No. 18 Toyota Camry after being involved in an accident on Lap 168 with Brad Keselowski. Screengrab from FOX Sports.

Sunday’s Goodyear 400 at Darlington was off to a solid start for Kyle Busch, running inside the top-10 throughout the first half of the event. That was until the Joe Gibbs Racing driver was collected in an accident with Brad Keselowski at Lap 168.

Video: Brad Keselowski Slams Into Wall, Kyle Busch Has Nowhere to Go

When Busch tried to bring his Toyota to pit road, the two-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion looked as though he was unable to turn into the garage, with the damage to the suspension of his car.

Upon that realization, Busch got out of his M&M’s-sponsored entry and began walking into the garage, leaving his car abandoned at the garage entry on pit road.

With the Las Vegas, Nevada-native’s car severely damaged would have to be brought to the garage, resulting in a 33rd-place result for the Bristol Dirt winner.

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Joseph Srigley
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