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NASCAR Driver Sends Two Members of his Crew Flying After he hits Them at Pocono Raceway Pit Stop

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Nascar driver sends two members of his crew flying after he hits them at Pocono Raceway pit stop A NASCAR driver whose brakes had locked up sent members of his pit crew flying. . after he crashed into them at Sprint Cup's Pocono Raceway event. Brad Keselowski, 31, of Team Penske, was pulling in to the pit lane. where cars come for maintenance and refueling. when he overshot the designated area and hit two of his crew members at the Pennsylvania race. One of the tires originally destined for Keselowski's Ford flew off during. the disastrous pit stop on Sunday. according to NBC Sports. However, his team's workers quickly recovered. and completed the stop despite one of them being hit by a car. and sent sprawling into the air. The wheel held by the tire carrier that slid off the car's roof rolled off and later rested in the pit lane, causing NASCAR organizers to restart the race on the 66th lap. I'm sorry about that guys. Everybody OK?' Keselowski asked via radio. after the event, according to Fox Sports. We'll get through it,' crew chief Paul Wolfe replied. and Team Penske later said that no one injured. His team was also given a penalty for the loose tire. Matt Kenseth of Joe Gibbs racing won the day. after contenders such as Kyle Busch ran out of fuel. in the final laps. Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr placed third and fourth. A commentator watching Team Penske's pit stop mishap said that refuelings. had been a weakspot for Keselowski. a former winner of both the Sprint Cup and Xfinity Series.