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Video: Derek Kraus Piles Into John Hunter Nemechek’s Stopped Truck in Turn One at Bristol

Screenshot Taken from FOX Sports 1 Broadcast

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series points leader John Hunter Nemechek will see an early end to his day in the Pinty’s Truck Race on Dirt, after contact from Matt Crafton sent the No. 4 Mobil 1 Toyota Tundra spinning in turn one.

Nemechek looked as though he would be able to drive away and continue in the event, when Derek Kraus and Timothy Peters piled into the stopped Toyota Tundra.

Both Derek Kraus and John Hunter Nemechek were forced to retire from the event, due to the extensive damage on their trucks and would finish in the 38th and 39th positions.

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