A crew member for the No. 33 Reaume Brothers Racing Truck Series team was hospitalised after he got hit on pit road during the NASCAR Truck Series race at Homestead-Miami.
Terrible news for a crew member on the No. 33 Reaume Brothers Racing Truck Series team as he was hit on pit road. The crew member was hit by a truck during the NASCAR Truck Series race at Homestead-Miami. He was immediately taken to a nearby hospital to undergo further treatment.
When a crew member gets struck by a racecar or truck, the outcome is horrifying. It is incredibly challenging for the crew members when cars and trucks are speeding through pit stops. However, there is safety equipment put in place because accidents do occur.
The crew member was rushed to the hospital for more testing, according to the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series.
Memphis Villarreal is driving the No.33 RBR truck at Homestead, and the NASCAR race is still ongoing.
This incident comes after Zane Smith struck a member of his own crew after sliding along the pit road at Talladega. The crew member was able to get through the race despite how bad the situation appeared.
The winner of this Truck Series race will advance to Phoenix’s Championship 4. The NASCAR weekend at Homestead will feature two more playoff races. Drivers in the Cup Series and the Xfinity Series have quite a bit on their hands and will fight extremely hard to earn points and, ideally, a victory.
Corey Heim has dominated the stages in Homestead’s Truck Series race. However, he is beginning to lag behind around the end of Stage 3. At this point, he could possibly not have enough to win this race. However, that implies that drivers like Carson Hocevar and Zane Smith will get the edge.