You can’t accuse NASCAR of "phantom debris" on this one. On lap 62 of the Pennsylvania 500 part of the caution light at the start/finish line fell onto the track. Leader Denny Hamlin (where was his spotter?) ran over the debris, but it did not appear to damage his car. The "lights-out" moment (below) was just one of the close calls and crashes on the track Monday.

David Ragan triggers multi-car crash


Tempers flare between Robby Gordon and David Ragan


Disaster for Reutimann; nice save by Newman

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