This is a wild incident that occurred in Saturday night’s NASCAR Pinty’s Series Bud Light 300 at Autodrome Chaudiere. After receiving a bump from the No. 1 car of J.P. Bergeron in Turns 1 and 2 with 85 laps left in the 300-lap event, Wallace Stacey, who drives the No. 66 machine, decided he was going to return the favor in Turns 3 and 4.
Stacey charged the corner and laid the chrome horn to Bergeron. What resulted was the No. 1 car turning sideways. But what happened next didn’t go to plan for Stacey.
The No. 66 car launched into the air over the front end of Bergeron’s car, and the No. 66 car landed hard onto the ground.
The No. 66 and No. 1 make contact and wreck.
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Bergeron would be credited with a 13th-place finish in the race, while Stacey would end up as the 17th-place finisher in the 21-car field.