John Hunter Nemechek sets off big wreck after tire failure | 2018 TRUCK SERIES | FOX NASCAR

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NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Highlights: John Hunter Nemechek suffers a tire failure and sets off a multi-truck wreck.

ANNOUNCER 1: Cody Coughlin got pushed down the line.

ANNOUNCER 2: Trying to find room to get back up into the track and around goes--

ANNOUNCER 1: Oh, in front of him. Is that John Hunter?

ANNOUNCER 2: And the 16 of Brett Moffitt--

CREW: Watch it, watch it, watch it, watch it. Take your way through there. What's your problem, Cody? Talk to us.

DRIVER: The left rear, Phil.

ANNOUNCER 2: Well, there goes the right rear tire.

ANNOUNCER 1: Well, the 8 of John Hunter Nemechek the 16 of Brett Moffitt, the 13 there is Myatt Snyder. We saw Stewart Friezen in the 52 involved.

ANNOUNCER 2: I just didn't like the amount of smoke that was coming from that right rear, Mike.

ANNOUNCER 1: Me either.

ANNOUNCER 2: Coming off turn two, John Hunter Nemechek radioed to his crew that it is starting to vibrate. And the spotter said, about half a minute back, we have to pit and get ready. So the crew was on the wall, waiting for John Hunter Nemechek to come down Pit Road, and he did not make it.

ANNOUNCER 1: Look at the damage to that 52 truck. 16 of Brett Moffitt as well. Heartbreaker for that group. They had high hopes coming into tonight's race. First time Moffitt working with this Shigeaki Hattori group.

ANNOUNCER 2: Oh, great job by Davis. What a nice move.

ANNOUNCER 1: Unbelievable. Austin Hill as well. Unfortunately for the 16 of Moffitt, Stewart Friesen, absolutely nowhere to go, as well as the 13 of Myatt Snider.

ANNOUNCER 2: Wrong place, wrong time. It's an unbelievable job by the 51 of Spencer Davis. He's just relying on all that experience he has here at Daytona, and in the truck series, right, Phil?

ANNOUNCER 1: How many times has he been here?

ANNOUNCER 2: Oh, this is the first time he's ever taken to the--

ANNOUNCER 1: This is it, yes.

ANNOUNCER 2: To the high banks of Daytona. And his first truck start ever. And that was a veteran move. He was able to move to the high side. Kept control of his truck, and drove right through that mess.

ANNOUNCER 1: And Joe Nemechek had the presence of mind to move up the racetrack to give him room, to get in between himself and his son John Hunter.