From the highs of Ryan Blaney breaking his 59-race winless streak to the lows of Aric Almirola shoving Bubba Wallace on pit road, Monday's Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway was one of the most exciting runnings of the NASCAR Cup Series race in recent memory. The race may have been a delayed a day due to rain, but it was definitely worth the wait.
One of the coolest highlights of the race came when Tyler Reddick, the driver of the No. 45 Jordan Brand Toyota for 23XI Racing, pulled off the ultimate save in the infield turf to avoid wrecking out.
Clint Bowyer summed it up the best with his underpants line, because most racers probably would've soiled themselves in that moment. Sometimes flooring it into the infield doesn't work so well (like Dave Blaney at the 2007 Daytona 500), but in this case, Reddick's risk clearly paid off. The 27-year-old racer, who briefly led during Stage 2, ended up placing fifth in the 600-mile race.
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