Yesterday's race in Talladega Super speedway turned out to supercrashed when Tony Steward tried to block his way to win. Stewart's car didn't handle it well car and started spinning that caused 25 race car piled up while others finished the race.
Matt Kenseth survived and won the race under caution followed bywent second. Nobody knows it will happened, while fans saw something like in a video game.
"When I saw smoke, everybody checked up in a hurry," Gordon said. "I hit [Kahne] and [Busch] hit me, and it just turned me right down to the apron and I drove by pretty much everybody but [Kenseth]. So we got really lucky there."
"It's a little frustrating," Gordon added. "Our team is doing a great job. We've been performing really, really well. We can sit there and really get mad about what happened in Chicago, but the reality of it is all we can do is go each and every week and keep trying to put ourselves in position to win and get top-fives.
"It's not over yet. It is certainly not over yet. So we'll see what happens. If we keep doing this, I really think we might have a shot at it."
Drivers involved in the crashed treated immediately and disappointed for what happened. But, they don't blamed anybody. Its part of the race that no one can tell when its gonna happened. No serious injury has been reported.
Tony Stewart somehow claimed responsibility for what the race turned out in the final lap.
“I just screwed up. I turned down and cut across Michael and crashed the whole field,” Stewart said. “It was my fault, blocking and trying to stay where I was at.
“I was trying to win the race and I was trying to stay ahead of Matt there and Michael got a great run on the bottom and had a big head of steam, and when I turned down, I turned across the front of his car. Just a mistake on my part but cost a lot of people a bad day.”
It was one of the "craziest finish" in Talladega like Jeff Gordon said. Every caution flag, drivers are eager to come back and race to the finish line. But when you are running at 200 mph a simple mistake can result like we just witness and saw during the race in Talladega last Sunday.
Two-time depending race winnerwho was leading on the restart and have the chance to win, was hit by Stewart's car finished 23rd.
“That’s just Talladega. That’s why we all come out and watch,” Bowyer said. “We need to shorten this race up because it’s all waiting to see what happens right there at the end, anyway.”