The NASCAR Cup Series had an early scheduled competition caution flag for at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday. But as cars rolled down pit road for some early adjustments, there was a multi-car pileup near the pit road entrance on Lap 16, and a crew member was hit.
Just as NBC’s broadcast for the Brickyard 400 — officially called the Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 Powered By Big Machine Records — explained how Indy’s pit road, with a 55 mile-per-hour speed limit, is the narrowest of all the Cup Series tracks, chaos broke out with contact and flying tires. According to a report by USA TODAY.
We got some tough SOBs on pit road. Send all your positive vibes to this fella. https://t.co/feoguVF4ZJ
— nascarcasm (@nascarcasm) July 5, 2020
Bob Pockrass wrote
From Team Penske: Zach Price, rear tire changer for the No. 12 Menards/Atlas Ford Mustang, was treated and released from Methodist Hospital. He will travel back to North Carolina with the team for further evaluation. #nascar
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— Zach (@Zach28150464) July 6, 2020
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