With 14 laps remaining within the KC Masterpiece 400, a huge multicar wreck despatched Byron’s No. 24 airborne, and he landed on Ryan Newman’s automotive.
BIG CRASH! Good to see William Byron climb out of the No. 24 machine after an extremely laborious hit in Kansas. pic.twitter.com/WljxV6qs7E
— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) Might 13, 2018
Moreover, Byron and Newman, additionally collected within the wreck have been Clint Bowyer, Matt Kenseth, Ty Dillon, Jamie McMurray and Chris Buescher.
Nobody was injured, regardless of Byron telling FS1 it was the toughest hit he had ever skilled in a race.
“I feel total we have been attempting to form of push some issues there, and it didn’t work out,” Byron advised FS1, per nascar.com. “That one was undoubtedly the toughest hit I’ve been in, however grateful to be strolling, in order that’s good.”
Byron completed 33rd.
Kevin Harvick received the race for his series-best fifth victory of the season.