Bayne crashes hard from the lead

An issue sends race leader Trevor Bayne hard into the outside wall, as flames then engulf the No. 6 Ford. For more NASCAR news, check out:
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  • Noah Coleman 3 years ago

    I don’t think he’s as good as some of the other young guns like Larson, C.
    Elliott, R. Blaney, and maybe even the Dillons, but I really feel like if
    he wasn’t in Roush equipment, which is junk right now, he could do a lot

  • SUPEREEVEEMASTER 3 years ago

    (To me) Trevor Bayne is one of this decade’s “NASCAR one-hit wonders”. His
    first major moment was winning the Daytona 500 in 2011 and that’s a moment
    that is hard to live up to. He has gotten 2 wins in the Nationwide since
    but they weren’t moments that are going to be on the front of the newspaper.

    (In my opinion) I don’t think he’s going to have that moment again.

  • Creeper_Ian02 Productions 3 years ago

    I am so glad they still talk about God in the races. It’s truly sad how
    people are incorporating God out of everything. 

  • epzik8 3 years ago

    Was hoping he would have a better finish.

  • Noah Coleman 3 years ago

    Kid can’t catch a break.

  • justin dinkins 3 years ago

    Trevor Has bad luck every time he has great cars. He had a couple of races
    in the summer and 2 in the chase where he was running around or in the top
    10-15 in the middle of the race and then have bad luck. 

  • erikese 3 years ago

    Everyone’s entitled to their own religion no need to argue over that

  • TheRushingBull 3 years ago

    He has the worst luck. I doubt that next year will be better.

  • J Lesane 3 years ago

    Would’ve won if Goodyear made better tires

  • NoSkillzJustGillz 3 years ago

    cant help but want trevor to do well 

  • Julio Cezar Kronbauer 3 years ago

    #NASCAR 2014 Nationwide Series at Texas Trevor Bayne crashes hard from the

  • will power 3 years ago

    Bayne is my favorite nationwide driver and this was just a punch in the

  • Sean Ferris 3 years ago

    Thank god Tony Steward wasn’t on the track. Not only would you have to
    worry about the car being on fire but someone trying to run you over when
    you get out of the car in a yellow caution.

  • Tim Boggs 3 years ago

    His Car Is Cooked. LOL