แทงพนันบอลออนไลน์ Crash in Sprint Unlimited eliminates six cars

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แทงพนันบอลออนไลน์ The big one struck with a vengeance during the second segment of Saturday’s Sprint Unlimited.

Eight cars were involved in a crash in the Daytona International Speedway tri-oval that started when Matt Kenseth ran out of room changing lanes and spun into the inside grass.

รับพนันบอล Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon, Carl Edwards, Danica Patrick, Kurt Busch, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Kevin Harvick and Joey Logano were also involved, as Kenseth’s car initially made contact with Logano’s car.

Stewart hit Kenseth, and the two slid up to the outside, where Edwards, Gordon, Busch and Stenhouse crashed. Stewart suffered a broken right leg in an August Sprint car crash and termed it “65 percent” healed on Thursday. Following the accident, he climbed from his car under his own power with no grimacing.

Patrick appeared to make it through the crash and after she got her two left tires into the grass her car looked like it was going to spin around harmlessly. However, after he had run into the back of Busch’s car, Stenhouse’s car kept going forward and slammed into Patrick as she attempted to correct her machine.

บาคาร่าออนไลน์ GClub Danica Patrick and Tony Stewart blow engines during Daytona 500 practice

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บาคาร่าออนไลน์ While Richard Childress Racing cars dominated the first two practices for the Daytona 500, Hendrick equipment took the headlines.

And not positively.

บาคาร่าออนไลน์ GClub Danica Patrick, Tony Stewart and Bobby Labonte all lost engines Saturday making mock qualifying runs for Sunday’s Daytona 500 pole qualifying session. Patrick and Stewart drive for Stewart-Haas Racing while Labonte is driving for HScott Motorsports (formerly Phoenix Racing). All three had Hendrick engines under the hood.

From MRN.com:

“We feel like we understand what’s happening,’’ Doug Duchardt, general manager of Hendrick Motorsports, said. “The drivers have been consistent in feeling it’s something in the bottom end of the engine. For tonight and for the rest of the week when we go to race we really don’t have any concerns with the Sprint Unlimited or getting into the Daytona 500. I think it’s us trying to maximize two laps for tomorrow. It’s not a specific component issue. It’s how we go about trying to minimize the time around the track for qualifying.’’

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