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Well on the final lap but yesterday's Talladega race Carl Edwards is number 99.
Collect Claritin car was bumped and said -- Edwards -- airborne -- that catch -- how that held on I don't know setting his car on fire.
Now while some fans were hurt because of the flying debris none of the injuries thankfully were serious incredibly -- Edwards got out of the car.
He was unharmed -- actually be Canada's Sprint's.
Looking back toward the finish line out just for the record it doesn't count if you finish on foot but it.
-- two things one at Edwards has determination to complete the race like nobody else has and also how time and again these drivers take their lives into their own hands.
For the most part walk away to race another week thank god well tonight.
With the worst crash is where the drivers walked away the worst crashes where the drivers like where on -- Smith is here full power rank them these are.
Thankfully winds today and any good even -- that they're not under -- some of these drivers but we'll talk about that it's.
It's unbelievable men and number five Elliott Sadler in Talladega on lap 182.
Of the E.
SPORTS 500 at Talladega 2008 -- This car when it eventually crashes you're you're gonna see it -- not one.
That's -- -- five time.
He was in the top ten ran out of room in the third -- in the third lane on -- in the Kurt Busch and his number 38 board.
Miraculously no other -- ever hit him.
Ended his car never hit anybody unbelievable -- -- already damaged -- -- book.
All right number four Richard Petty and Daytona and remember these guys walk away clean -- Richard patty.
In the 1988 Daytona 500 lap 106.
Carly it airborne parts is flying everywhere the car flipped several times he could be.
He walked away -- -- injury from this crisis -- -- -- light slight temporary loss lava vision due to excessive G forces but otherwise.
Walk away pretty much and you.
Unbelievable you -- five days later to number three Rusty Wallace and other Talladega race I think this -- Rusty Wallace and Dale Earnhardt senior.
They were shooting it out in the final lap of this race I win some inadvertent contact thick -- -- Obviously you can see airborne as well -- -- -- Across the finish line -- he finished sixth.
Overall after his car fell over the finish line.
Rusty didn't walk away clean -- -- concussion broken few cuts through -- -- But by the way guys you race.
The next political producing a week later -- guys won't give up.
Number two Ricky -- OK Daytona Ricky -- this food back in 1984.
It was -- absolutely horrible crash.
If -- he bumped into Busch clash at Daytona.
-- obviously went up in the air like the others that he suffered a concussion here's an interesting story about this on his eyes.
We're small and so badly.
That he keeps his eyes open so then a week later he -- race in the Daytona five on -- is it true and by the way he walked away clean from that and he won the race the next week well by the way after that they found out that he paid his eyes and they have a new chain rule a rule about the -- and yeah they have to be -- Our -- number one that.
Tony Stewart the great Tony Stewart in Daytona -- race in this car when it crashed loop through the air like that point.
It's somersaults eventually plopped down on top of Bob you.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- I mean obviously if you firing massive -- was complete man there -- ended yet eighteen car pileup and definitely number one.
Only 45 laps remaining by the way and they were almost near the end of this race.
I'd also took out others like Jeff Gordon and the defending champ Dale Jarrett so eighteen car -- complete Mac Apple's.
Humbling but again -- could have walked away.
Yeah yeah -- that's the good news is they figure out a way don't come right and not exactly unhurt but they can walk away from -- -- thank you see.
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