When the sun was shining on Nashville Superspeedway, Ryan Blaney was having a pretty good run, consistently running inside the top 10. However, after a rain delay pushed the event into the night, things have gotten less than ideal for the Team Penske driver.
Running back in 20th, Blaney was trying to make a move around the outside of Harrison Burton for 19th, when his Advance Auto Parts Ford Mustang broke loose in turn four, before sliding up the track and slightly tapping the wall.
The No. 12 made slight contact with the outside wall, then spun down into the infield and nearly destroyed his teammate, Daytona 500 winner, Austin Cindric.
Running back in 20th, the No. 12 gets loose and slides through the grass.
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