Ricky Stenhouse Jr. says he did not make contact with the No. 1 of Kurt Busch. Upon review, it is unclear whether it was contact or air from the No. 17 that sent Busch around to bring out the second caution of the 61st running of the Daytona 500.
In the aftermath, Tyler Reddick would run into the rear of Bubba Wallace wrecking him. As Jamie McMurray tried to slow he would also be collected in the incident.
— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 17, 2019
Busch and McMurray are both Daytona 500 winners. Busch is the last driver who ran in Dale Earnhardt’s last race while McMurray is running what figures to be his last race. Ironically Busch replaced McMurray in the No. 1 car this season, while McMurray drives the No. 40 car for Chip Ganassi Racing in a one off effort