Nashville Superspeedway has been a tough cookie this afternoon, between some impressive saves in NASCAR Truck Series qualifying, and a crash by CJ McLaughlin in Xfinity Series practice.
Now, in the middle of NASCAR Cup Series practice from the 1.33-mile speedway, Kyle Busch has spun at the exit of turn four, taking his Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen entry through an excursion in the infield grass.
Based on the replays provided, it looks as though Busch’s car just snapped loose at the exit of turn four, causing him to lose control and spin to the infield. No tire or mechanical issues were reported, and the two-time Cup Series champion would return to the track promptly.
Luckily for Busch, and his Richard Childress Racing crew, there was no wall contact associated with the incident, meaning the No. 8 Chevrolet Camaro will likely need to come back to the garage for just a new set of tires and an adjustment.
— Joseph Srigley (@joe_srigley) June 23, 2023
At the time of the spin, with about 20 minutes remaining, Busch was sitting 19th in NASCAR Cup Series practice.