We didn't have to wait long for some craziness at Pocono on Sunday.
Just after the green flag flew and the field hurtled into turn one on the first lap, Juan Pablo Montoya's car slid up from the inside line and tagged Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
The contact spun Stenhouse's car around and with the help of Montoya's car still sliding towards the wall, the hit that Stenhouse's car took virtually destroyed the back end of it, while Montoya sustained some severe front-end damage. Matt Kenseth was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time in the outside groove and got a piece of the action as well.
All three teams were able to make repairs to their respective cars and get them back on the track, but Stenhouse finished 34th, 47 laps down. Montoya was 27th, three laps down and after a late-race spin, Kenseth ended up 22nd.