Patrick a single of 4 drivers to go to backup automobiles after on-track incidents
By: Nick Kostora on March 14, 2014
Danica Patrick veers into Park Kligerman for the duration of a practice session at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Danica Patrick misplaced handle of her No. 10 Go Daddy Chevrolet and plowed in the side of the car driven by Parker Kligerman on Friday afternoon, just 3 minutes into a 90-minuted practice session at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Patrick’;s crash highlighted a wild initial practice session that noticed 4 drivers have to go to backup autos in the first half of the session. Soon after Patrick misplaced manage rammed into Kligerman’;s Totota, Stewart-Haas Racing right away pulled the backup Chevrolet off the truck for Patrick.
Justin Allgaier then hit the wall, and so did Kyle Busch. Moments later, Greg Biffle crashed. All 3 went to backup vehicles.
Denny Hamlin watched the first 15 or so minutes of practice from pit street and speculated elevated speeds from NASCAR’;s new aerodynamic principles was major to the crashes at the .533-mile bullring.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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