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Video: Erik Jones Spins, Suarez Collected In All-Star Open

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15 laps into Sunday night’s All-Star Open and a pair of Camaros have found their way to the garage thanks to crash damage.

Erik Jones got loose underneath Chase Briscoe and spun in the PJ1 compound. An oncoming Daniel Suarez hit the spinning No. 43 car.

After the contact, both drivers found their way to the outside wall.

The duo made it to pit road, but thanks to extensive damage, both cars were forced to retire from the All-Star Open.

Ross Chastain, who started the Open at the rear thanks to inspection issues, went onto win the opening stage.

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