NASCAR: Broken Curb Causes MASSIVE Crash With 4 Laps Left At Indianapolis Road Course

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Absolute chaos in Indianapolis right now.

With just 4 laps to go in the Verizon 200 at the Brickyard this afternoon, a broken curb sent a number of cars crashing into the wall, Joey Logano’s 22 car hitting it the hardest.

It looked like Martin Truex Jr.’s car might’ve damaged the metal curb on the previous lap.

You can see the debris flying everywhere:

But with a ton of debris on the track, race officials declined to throw the caution.

And on the next lap, the curb caused a massive wreck.

William Bryon was first to wreck with Joey Logano close behind. Chris Bell and Daniel Suarez are out of the race as well. A number of other drivers are expected to pit and check for damage after the restart.

Race fans were less than pleased with decision not to throw the caution:

With 4 laps to go, crews are working to repair the track so we can finish the race.

It looks like we’re gonna fire up the engines here soon and finish this race in overtime.

Hamlin, Briscoe, and Larson will restart in the top 3 positions.



After Chase Briscoe took out Denny Hamlin on the second to last lap, AJ Allmendinger went on to secure his first Cup Series victory.

However, since Allmendinger is a full time Xfinity Series racer, Denny Hamlin still was able to clinch a playoff spot.

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