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Video: Gragson Tags Inside Pit Wall, Triggers Multi-Car Crash in All-Star Open

Noah Gragson crash NASCAR All-Star Open hit pit road wall video
Noah Gragson crash NASCAR All-Star Open hit pit road wall video
Noah Gragson tagged the inside wall on Lap 50, and careened back across the track to trigger a four-car crash at North Wilkesboro.

What in the world? Noah Gragson was battling for the sixth position in a hornet’s nest on a restart during the NASCAR All-Star Open, when he made an error on the frontstretch on Lap 50.

Gragson turned his car to the left, a little too far, and contacted the inside pit road wall, while at full race speed heading into Turn 1. The contact with the wall sent Gragson into fellow competitors and triggered a hard crash.

Here is a video of the crash:

Chandler Smith, Todd Gilliland, and Ryan Newman were all swept up in the crash with Gragson. Smith and Gilliland would be done for the race after the crash.

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