Joey Logano was associated with an unnerving accident in the primary phase of the NASCAR Cup Series race at Talladega on Sunday evening.
Individual racer Denny Hamlin moved to within Logano and he got hit by Rick Stenhouse Jr. The incidental contact from Stenhouse made Hamlin chance upon Logano, and it sent the No. 22 vehicle airborne.
While Logano’s vehicle flipped noticeable all around, no different vehicles figured out how to hit him and he had the option to turn around finished and escape from his vehicle solid.
“I got lucky I didn’t get hit while I was in the air,” Logano said subsequently.
Logano discussed leaving an accident of that degree.
“I guess I don’t know exactly what to think,” Logano added. “It is a product of this race. On one hand, I am so proud to drive a Cup car that is safe, and that I can go through a crash like that and get out and speak about it. On one hand, I am mad about being in the crash, and on the other, I am happy to be alive. On another hand, I am wondering when we are going to stop because this is dangerous doing what we are doing. I got a roll bar in my head. That is not okay. I am one hit away from the same situation Ryan Newman just went through. I just don’t feel like that is acceptable.”
Logano was talking about the accident on the last lap of the 2020 Daytona 500 that hospitalized Newman for three days with a head injury. Newman’s vehicle hit the external divider head-on, and it flipped over in the wake of having an effect. His vehicle was then hit on the driver’s side window by another vehicle coming at max throttle.
Brad Keselowski succeeded at Talladega on Sunday.
Keselowski drove only one lap, the final remaining one, in a race that highlighted 35 lead changes among 27 drivers.
“The whole race I had a couple opportunities to take the lead, but I just kept thinking, ‘Man, keep your car in one piece,'” Keselowski said.
Keselowski tied Dale Earnhardt Jr. furthermore, Jeff Gordon with six successes each at Talladega.