Tanner Gray saw his NASCAR Truck Series race at Pocono end on Lap 4 after hard contact.
Gray brought out the first caution in the Craftsman Truck Series race at Pocono after he got loose and made fierce contact with the inside wall.
The 24-y-o was the second-fastest truck in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series practice session from Pocono Raceway.
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Gray a New Mexico native-born came into the CRC Brakleen 150 only 24 points below the cutline.
He was running inside the top-15, when his No. 15 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro broke loose underneath teammate Kaz Grala.
Tanner Gray on his early crash at Pocono.
“I just need to do a better job. I feel like I’ve made a lot of dumb mistakes all year.”
"I just need to do a better job. I feel like I've made a lot of dumb mistakes all year."- An obviously frustrated Tanner Gray after his early crash at Pocono. pic.twitter.com/WMP2UcVbSd
— Jamie Howe (@Reporterjamie) July 22, 2023
Gray was assessed and released from the Care Center after the wreck.