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Denny Hamlin team didn’t know Ryan Newman crash details



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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — For the second straight year, Denny Hamlin and team owner Joe Gibbs were in Victory Lane at the Daytona 500. But they quickly halted their celebrations once they learned Ryan Newman was being attended to by safety crews on the track at Daytona International Speedway after being involved in a horrific crash on Monday night

For part of the final lap of the biggest NASCAR Cup Series race of the season, Newman, in the No. 6 Ford, was out front, thanks to a momentous push from Ryan Blaney in the No. 12 Ford. But Blaney made contact with Newman, whose car turned, flipped upside down and slid from the track to pit road as fire and sparks shot out of it. 

In Victory Lane, Gibbs apologized for his team’s celebration, which stopped once they realized emergency crews were attending to Newman, who was taken to a local hospital. 

Newman is “in serious condition, but doctors have indicated his injuries are not life threatening,” his Roush Fenway Racing team said in a statement Monday night

Joe Gibbs and Denny Hamlin speak with the media after the Daytona 500.

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“We’re praying for Ryan,” Hamlin said in Victory Lane. 

Afterward, Blaney, who finished second, explained that if he wasn’t able to win, he wanted to push Newman to the lead to ensure a Ford teammate would end up in Victory Lane. 

As they came out of Turn 4 and onto the frontstretch toward the finish line, Blaney’s and Newman’s cars “just got bumpers hooked up wrong and turned him,” the No. 12 Ford driver explained afterward. Blaney, noticeably shaken up as he spoke to the media, repeatedly emphasized spinning Newman was unintentional. 



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