That’s a teammate… Contact between SS Green Light Racing teammates Joe Graf Jr. and David Starr has resulted in a multi-car pileup inside the final 50 laps of Saturday’s SRS Distribution 250 at Texas.
Another #XfinitySeries caution, this time for Ryan Sieg and David Starr.
We'll have 40 laps left on FS1. pic.twitter.com/pRuYIsVRJq
— Xfinity Racing (@XfinityRacing) May 21, 2022
Graf, who was running outside the top-20 at the time of the accident, attempted to force it three-wide on Starr, making contact with the right-rear of the entry, sending him up the track into Ryan Sieg.
All three drivers were initially able to continue further into the event, but eventually, Ryan Sieg would have a flat right-rear tire, sending the No. 39 Ford Mustang into the outside wall, and ending the RSS Racing team’s afternoon, with a finish of 35th.
Done for the day. https://t.co/IEddS9yN9A pic.twitter.com/W8Ey9Cj4Q2
— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) May 21, 2022
Alex Labbe was also involved in the incident with 40 laps left, but made extremely minor contact with the No. 08 of David Starr. However, the damage was so minor, that he didn’t even hit the pit road.