CHARLOTTE CRASHES

 The Sprint Cup returns to Lowe's Motor Speedway for the fifth race of the Chase this weekend.  The 1.5 mile oval has taught many drivers an ugly lesson in humility, as evidenced by the videos after the jump.  Dale Jarrett and Gene Glover crash in the Sportsman series 1980Mike Skinner VERY nasty wall impact and flip 2009Check out the photo sequence below of this hairy crash 'The Winston' incredible finish 1992Some bonehead spins Mark Martin 2006Cool in-car footage: Martin maneu ...

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PEPSI 500 CRASHES

Auto Club Speedway certainly makes for some boring racing, but when things go wrong, they go crazy wrong. On Sunday all four Richard Petty Motorsports cars were involved in the same wreck, Denny Hamlin's title hopes went bye-bye and Kasey Kahne and Greg Biffle went off-roading - and they didn't even invite Robby Gordon. The bastards. All four RPM cars wreckDenny Hamlin spun on restartKahne and Biffle go off-roading thanks to Kurt Busch; spectator videoBusch-Kahne-Biffle wreckRelated links:Log ...

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CALIFORNIA CRASH VIDEOS

The Sprint Cup makes its second stop of the season at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif., for this weekend's Pepsi 500.  Since playing host to its first race in 1997, this two-mile oval has given fans a great deal of thrills, in spite of what you often hear.  If you need actual proof, check out the videos after the jump. Mike Skinner spins Brian Scott 2009Michael McDowell cooks out 2009Brad Keselowski hits HARD 20072007 Keselowski crash spectator videoBIG wreck 2008Related links: ...

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PRICE CHOPPER 400 CRASHES

Turn 2 played havoc with the field early in the Price Chopper 400 at Kansas Speedway. For the second straight week, Joey Logano had a tough go of it, although this week he did manage to avoid flipping his car eight times. Your FLOPPER leader, Paul Menard, also fell victim to the "tar of death" or whatever it was that made part of the Kansas track un-drivable. ...

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LOGANO DOVER CRASH

Joey Logano flipped seven times during a vicious wreck at the AAA 400 at Dover on Sunday. The accident was serious enough to cause his father Tom to run down from the stands to see his son in the infield care center. In a testament to the safety of NASCAR's Car of Tomorrow, Logano walked away under his own power. The rookie was treated and released and said he felt fine - just a little shaken - in an interview with ABC. The crash also collected Martin Truex Jr., Reed Sorenson and Robby Gordo ...

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