WATCH: Huge Wreck at NASCAR Race in Dover Creates Literal Pile-Up

by Quentin Blount

A multi-car pile-up brought out the red flag in stage two during Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Dover International Speedway.

It was early in stage two at Dover that spins involving Jesse Little, Matt Jaskol, and Josh Williams ended in a multi-car wreck. The NASCAR On Fox official Twitter page tweeted a video of the huge crash shortly after it happened.

“There goes Jesse Little spinning, and Josh Williams spins to the outside,” one announcer says. “And then here comes [Matt] Jaskol in the 13 and just so much momentum gets him on top of the 78.”

“And that’s where if you get just a little bit of a tap from behind you’re gone at this track,” the other announcer chimes in. “It is so hard to be able to steer it and save it. One car spinning to the inside, one car spinning to the outside, and I believe Jaskol was trying to check up and gets hit. And that’s where this moment here happened.”

You can take a look for yourself at the pile-up by clicking below.

“A HUGE crash at Dover International Speedway for Matt Jaskol, Jesse Little, and Josh Williams. Everyone’s okay,” NASCAR On Fox tweeted.

Austin Cindric Comes Away With His Third Victory of the NASCAR Xfinity Series

There was more action than just a huge crash on Saturday at Dover International Speedway. Austin Cindric was able to go home as the winner of the NASCAR Xfinity Series race on Saturday. The win was his third victory of the season and the 11th of his Xfinity career. It was his first win on the one-mile Delaware oval.

Austin Cindric competes full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. He is the driver of the No. 22 Ford Mustang GT for Team Penske. He also drives part-time n the NASCAR Cup Series as the driver of the No. 33 Mustang for Penske.

Meanwhile, the 22-year-old Cindric led for 51 of the 200 laps in Saturday’s Drydene 200. Coming behind him in second place was Josh Berry, the driver of the JR Motorsports No. 8 Chevrolet. He also took home a quick $100,000 bonus as part of the circuit’s “Dash 4 Cash” initiative.

After Berry, Justin Allgaier came in third place after just winning last week at Darlington. And AJ Allmendinger came in fourth while rookie Ty Gibbs claimed the last top-five spot.

The next Xfinity Series race is the Pit Boss 250. That race is currently scheduled for Saturday, May 22, at 4 p.m. ET.