Late “Big One” at ‘Dega leaves Newman, Kurt Busch angry

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As soon as the restart came with 10 laps remaining in today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event at Talladega Superspeedway, it was clear that conditions were ripe for a metal-mangling “Big One” that would change the face of the Aaron’s 499.

Four laps later, the seemingly inevitable came to pass.

Contact on the outside between rookie Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and J.J. Yeley triggered the multi-car melee, which featured Kurt Busch getting flipped into the air by a skidding Yeley and landing on the hood of Ryan Newman before it was all over.

Newman has been involved in memorable wrecks at Talladega before. In the final lap of the 2009 Aaron’s 499, leaders Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski made contact in the tri-oval that spun the former around and then airborne. Right behind them was Newman, who smashed into Edwards’ flying car and sent it hard…

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