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Video: Kyle Busch Takes Tumble in Stock Non-Wing Event at Tulsa Shootout

Kyle Busch, a two-time champion of the NASCAR Cup Series, is uninjured after a decent-sized tumble in the Non-Stock Wing Class of the Tulsa Shootout on Friday at the Tulsa Expo Raceway in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Driving the No. 51 Lucas Oil-sponsored vehicle, the 63-time NASCAR Cup Series winner was battling for sixth-place on track with Ace Moore, when the two cars collided exiting the final corner, sending Busch upside down.

After the quick tumble, the Las Vegas, Nevada-native was able to emerge from his entry without any injuries. However, for the time being, the blue and red colored vehicle is too damaged to continue racing.

Busch was forced to retire from the event, though, as his vehicle sustained too much damage to continue in the 10-lap event, in which he ended up being credited with a finish of ninth place.

The 38-year-old champion is competing in Tulsa, Oklahoma as part of the annual Tulsa Shootout, in which he and his son Brexton are both running in various classes and types of vehicles.

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