Buescher gets unwanted bump from Blaney in Aaron’s 312 NNS race

James Buescher, driver of the No. 99 Toyota, gets caught in the middle of a mess that also included cars driven by Dylan Kwasniewski (No. 31 Chevrolet), Darrell Wallace Jr. (No 20 Toyota) and others during the Nationwide Race Saturday at Talladega.

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James Buescher was the beneficiary of an unwanted bump from Ryan Blaney, which caused him to crash out of the Aaron’s 312 NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Talladega Superspeedway.

Buescher was heading into Turn 3 on Lap 44 when Blaney turned him, sending Buescher into the infield grass, where he also collected Darrell Wallace Jr. and Dylan Kwasniewski.

"We were almost clear of the 11 (Elliott Sadler) — and the 22 (Blaney) pushed on the wrong part of the bumper. He pushed on the left-rear quarter panel," Buescher said. "I was still below the apron when I got clobbered."

 

 

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