Risky four-wide move takes out 11 cars just a few laps from the finish.
TheTalladega Superspeedway put on quite a show over the weekend as it hosed both theNASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series. In both races rain played a big part and bothcame down to a green-white checkered finish. Georgian journeyman David Ragantook only his second career victory in his No.34 Ford after the two-lapovertime sprint. His last-lap pass earning his Front Row Motorsports team itsfirst ever victory. Sunday’sAaaron’s 499 was red-flagged for over 3 hours and 30 minutes because of therain, but the main talking points where the early and late Big Ones.
The last of these was on lap 183 of 192, when Ricky Stenhouse Jr. attempted a four-wide move on the outside that resulted in an 11-car crash. Kurt Busch’s car landed wheel’s first on Ryan Newman’s hood, with other notable victims including Jeff Gordon, Clint Bowyer and Danica Patrick.