Five-Car Crash at Daytona Interrupts Nascar Practice

None of the drivers or team staff members has been injured in the crash

By Raluca Anghel on February 16th, 2013 12:34 GMT

This year's first Nascar practice session has been interrupted by a five-car crash at Daytona International Speedway. Fortunately, none of the drivers or team staff members has been injured.

Kurt Busch, Carl Edwards and Mark Martin have been forced to use their backups for this Saturday's preseason race, Inquisitr notes. Juan Pablo Montoya's vehicle has also been involved in the accident caused by Kenseth.

“It was 100 percent my fault. I had no idea anybody was there,” he admits.

You can see Kenseth slam Busch, making him crash into the outside wall. Kenseth and Montoya’s cars have been repaired in time for this weekend's race.

Juan Pablo Montoya had issues on Daytona last year, when he rammed into a jet dryer on the track, prompting the Daytona 500 to be delayed until the following day.
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