The tenth round of the NASCAR Division II Xfinity Series season was quite spectacular, if spectacular crashes are one of the essential elements of this all-American show.
With only three laps to go at the Talladega Superspeedway oval in Alabama, one of these accidents involved twelve cars, including the retirement of Daniel Hemrik, the leading Kaulig Racing driver at the time. But Hemrick is fine, and when rescuers got him out of the overturned Chevrolet, he waved to the fans and walked on his own to the ambulance waiting for him.
But Blaine Perkins, who was injured in another incident that also caused a race stoppage with red flags, but which happened a little earlier, was taken to a local medical center for a detailed examination. You can learn why this happened from the video – this is a clip from the broadcast of the race in Talladega on FOX. But it seems that no one was seriously injured in this case.
Source: F1 News
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