Thursday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway came to an early and abrupt end for Josh Reaume and Rajah Caruth.
On lap 37, Reaume slipped up and made contact with Blaine Perkins in Turn 2. The contact sent Reaume’s No. 43 truck spinning around and he would back it into the outside wall.
As Reaume’s truck skidded to a stop, Rajah Caruth piled into Reaume causing further damage to Reaume’s truck and destroying Caruth’s truck as well.
Here is video of the hard incident from the FS1 broadcast:
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Caruth, who displayed decent speed in qualifying, turning the 14th-fastest lap looked to be potentially heading to a good run. But when his spotter attempted to tell him about the crash ahead of him, somehow the radio communication did not get received by Caruth’s radio, which led to the incident.
Both Caruth and Reaume would be done for the night after the crash.