Ryan Newman hospitalized


The Daytona 500 finished Monday with Denny Hamlin guaranteeing his second back to back win and a red hot accident that sent Ryan Newman's Ford Mustang over the end goal on its rooftop.

Newman's condition wasn't promptly clear. However medical clinic authorities in Florida were required to brief columnists on Monday night.
The accident happened on the race's last lap, with Newman in the number one spot and another driver, Ryan Blaney, directly behind him.

Blaney's guard got the rear of Newman's vehicle, which surged into a divider and flipped before it was struck by another car.
It took a few minutes for Newman's vehicle to be moved back onto its wheels.

Newman, who won the 2008 Daytona 500, was put in a holding up rescue vehicle and taken legitimately to a medical clinic. The harm to his Mustang was broad. It showed up the whole move confine intended to secure his head had given in.

Drivers were hit with concern, including a shook Corey LaJoie, the driver who hit Newman's vehicle as it was flipping.
Hamlin is the primary driver since Sterling Marlin in 1995 to win sequential Daytona 500s, yet his festival in triumph path was repressed.


In a meeting on Sirius XM NASCAR following the race, Gibbs apologized for the triumphant group festivity as laborers were keeping an eye on Newman. The vehicle proprietor said they didn't know about the seriousness of the circumstance.

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