NASCAR’s wreckless drought ends with 13-car calamity at Dover

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Why, it's almost as if NASCAR heard all your complaints about drama-free, wreck-free racing. "Want to see wrecks? Here's one that takes out HALF THE FIELD!" Just nine laps into the FedEx 400 at Dover, Tony Stewart and Landon Cassill got together and caused a collision that would go on to involve 13 cars, mostly backmarkers and start-and-parkers. Stewart would get back out onto the track, but 65 laps down and the victim of a severe points hit. Good thing he's got those two wins.

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