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Larger part of NASCAR Field Wrecks at Daytona, Race Red Flagged Due to Rain

As downpour fell at the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona on Sunday, an accident at the top of the race on lap 138 prompted an accident and warning with only 21 laps to go. When everything was arranged, Auston Dillon ended up as a winner in the lead position, and it is hazy if and when the race will continue because of climate.

Numerous drivers were troubled that the race wasn't stopped before the downpour turned into a huge element.

"They had about an entire lap to hit mindfulness and destroyed a ton of race vehicles,"

 Justin Haley, who was at the front of the accident and leading the pack, said. 

"That was really unsuitable."

Daniel Suarez concurred that NASCAR ought to have been finished something after they figured out that the downpour planned to make the track too perilous to even consider driving.

"We realized the downpour is coming, it's pouring nearby," 

he said. "I feel like they have a great deal of innovation there to realize that this is extremely close, and on the off chance that it is exceptionally close I don't believe setting us in those positions is vital.

With this being the last race before the end of the season games start one weekend from now, the consequences of this race will gigantically affect who continues on. A triumph would secure Dillon a spot in the field, and in the event that the race can't be proceeded, Martin Truex Jr. would swap Ryan Blaney for the last spot in view of focuses, per Davey Segal.


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