The Guns N’ Roses-sponsored car driven by Eric Jones at the NASCAR Daytona 500 race on Sunday (February 19) raced after being involved in multiple car wrecks that prematurely took out other racers as well. could not be completed.
As reported by NASCAR.com, the crash occurred with the remaining 82 laps of the 212-lap / 530-mile contest, and a chain reaction of collisions that began with Tyler Riddick crashing into Kevin Harvick is shown in video footage further down the page. can be seen in .
“It looked like the 45 had turned around and we weren’t sure how or why it happened, but we nevertheless spun off on the bottom trying to avoid it. “Get out the left rear and finish our day,” Jones told the sports own news outlet. was out and racing and doing the best he could but you know we were in the wrong place at the wrong time and if I could have been a little bit ahead of him Good for you,” he added.
upon twitterGN’R singer Axl Rose congratulated this year’s Daytona 500 winner Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and mourned Jones’ sudden passing.
“The race was exciting,” he said with excitement, acknowledging Stenhouse’s victory before adding: sucked out!It was wonderful [be] We are a part of such a huge historic event! We wish you all the best for the future of Legacy Motor Club!!”
Grateful that the Guns N’ Roses name is associated with the sport, he continues, “Thanks to everyone at NASCAR for letting us be a part of your world!!”
This morning (February 21), Guns N’ Roses announced a massive world tour for 2023, with tickets going on sale later this week. See here for all scheduled dates.
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