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Video: Chase Elliott Goes Spinning in Incident With Joey Logano


With weather beginning to threaten the remainder of Sunday’s USA Today 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, the level of intensity has ratcheted up as the final Stage of the race begun.

On the restart at Lap 194, which took us into the start of the final stage of the race, Joey Logano locked his left front brake up heading into Turn 1, which caused him to slide straight into the side of Chase Elliott’s No. 9 machine.

The two drivers kept banging into one another, and eventually, Logano’s car collided with the left rear of Elliott’s car, which sent the driver of the No. 9 machine spinning out to bring out the caution. Both drivers suffered a big amount of damage in the incident, and both had wheels that were not turning on their way back to pit road.

Here is another look at the incident from the onboard cameras of both Logano and Elliott:

Elliott’s team seemingly was able to keep him on the lead lap as they repaired his car, Logano, on the other hand, has lost two laps while getting repairs.

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