Sport Ryan Preece involved in violent crash during NASCAR Cup race at Kansas

06:09  24 july  2020
06:09  24 july  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Ryan Preece walked away from a big-impact crash Thursday night in the NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway.

Preece's car was sent sliding at high speed into the inside barrier after Christopher Bell and Ryan Newman made contact ahead of him. The machine almost landed on its roof after it bounced off the barrier.

Preece was not injured, but he looked frustrated as he exited the car.

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"I'm all right. Just waiting for this year to turn around," Preece told NBCSN.

The wreck brought out a short red flag.

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