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Video: Noah Gragson Slips in Turn One; Collects Wallace, Dillon, and Others

The damp racetrack at New Hampshire Motor Speedway has claimed another victim.

Bubba Wallace is out of Sunday’s USA Today 301 after a multi-car accident that started when Noah Gragson put his left-side tires on the painted portion of the inside line, spinning his No. 10 Ford Mustang around.

While coming up the racetrack, the Stewart-Haas Racing driver collected Austin Dillon and Bubba Wallace, with the 23XI Racing driver hitting the wall head-on.

Multiple others were involved in the incident, as various drivers lost control while trying to get slowed down. Those involved also include Austin Cindric, Erik Jones, Zane Smith, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., and William Byron, among others.

Only Wallace sustained damage severe enough to retire from Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series event, leaving the No. 23 to finish 34th. Dillon, Gragson, and others were able to continue.

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