At the point when Bubba Wallace spun thusly 2 with six laps left in Saturday night’s Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway, it changed the course of the whole race.
For a certain something, it clustered the field for an extra time restart that put siblings Kurt and Kyle Busch focal point of the audience for a stunning completion, with Kurt taking the checkered banner .076 seconds in front of his more youthful kin.
For another, it treated the fans in the grandstands to the most charging completion of the period.
In any case, one individual who wasn’t excited was Team Penske driver Joey Logano, who had an agreeable lead over Kyle Busch and appeared to be destined for Victory path when Wallace spun to cause the seventh alert of the night.
The race went to additional time, and on the restart, Logano got sandwiched among drivers and dropped to seventh toward the completion.
“The alert turned out at the off-base time,” Logano said. “It occurs. You attempt to thoroughly consider your scratch pad on the most proficient method to have a decent restart. I thought I would have a not too bad one, yet I got ceased on the left back there when Kyle (Busch) got into me. That is the thing that it is. That ceased all my energy.
“The 1 (Kurt Busch) had a tremendous run (outwardly), and I didn’t have anyplace to go. I couldn’t square them all. I attempted to stop the 18 on his correct back by side-drafting. I saw the 1 coming and felt like, on the off chance that I could get before him, that we were so low at the time on the off chance that I obstructed the 1 he would simply go to the center and pass me.