On a restart following the lap 54 Big One crash In the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway, a second multi-car accident erupted.
“Disappointing to get crashed out by the guy who caused the first the crash,” Busch said outside of the infield care center – placing the blame on Stenhouse.
“The 17 car hooked the 18 into me. Seemed like he was being really aggressive,” Byron added on NBC.
“It’s been crazy partially due to a few of my issues,” Stenhouse said from the cockpit after winning the second stage. “That first one I though us and (Keselowski) were going to have a run on the 24 to the inside, then the 2 had to check up really late into 3 there. Then the other one I just tried to side draft the 18 at the wrong place, got sucked into him and turned him around.”
Jamie McMurray was also involved in the accident.