Joey Logano had a a lot shorter day on monitor Sunday at Talladega than his profitable Staff Penske teammate Brad Keselowski.
Because the lead pack of vehicles approached the inexperienced/checkered flag to finish the primary 60-lap stage of the GEICO 500, an aggressive push from Ricky Stenhouse Jr. compelled Denny Hamlin out of line. Within the course of, Hamlin hooked the left rear of Logano’s automobile, which received airborne off the bumper of Stenhouse’s Chevrolet, turned the other way up, landed on its roof and barrel-rolled earlier than righting itself.
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Keselowski’s automobile additionally sustained minor injury within the incident.
When Logano’s automobile bounced on its roof, his head hit the roll bar.
“It is no one’s fault,” Logano stated after a compulsory go to to the infield care heart. “Denny is making an attempt to go and the 47 (Stenhouse) is making an attempt to go. It is a product of this racing. We’ve to repair it, although.
“On the similar time, I am appreciative of driving a automobile that’s this protected and what Staff Penske has finished for the security of those vehicles in order that I can stay to speak about it and go once more.
“I received fortunate that I did not get hit whereas I used to be within the air.”
Reid Spencer writes for the NASCAR Wire Service.