Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race brought a lot of excitement, but it could have come to a tragic end. Fortunately, Snider was lucky after his car was slammed into the outside catchfence, as he had no major injuries.
In an interview with motorsport, he described what it all looked like Yeah, I mean, you know, it’s the last lap and everybody’s trying their best to push as hard as possible. And, you know, I’m trying to keep as much momentum as I can get,” Snider said.
“And so I felt a push and I started feeling the car go right. “I’m like, ‘Crap, I might be along for a ride here’ and sure enough, I was. I got turned around to the side and then I was facing backwards and I started seeing the race track and I’m like, ‘Hmm, this is getting better as it goes.’ “I think what happened is that the left rear started yawing towards the fence and then the fence caught it and that’s what really started tearing everything up.
And then I got drug into the grass from what I could tell”.
Snider explained his accident
Things didn't look harmless at all, but even Snider was lucky It was violent. Like I, I saw sparks kind of going everywhere and, you know, you don’t, you don't really know what’s going on.
You just kind of know you’re going some direction and it’s not the right one. “So, I was just kind of holding on, kind of hunching over, keeping everything together as much as I could. So yeah, I can’t profess enough how glad it ended.
I’m all good”. Buford says it all looked pretty scary “I saw the roof. I didn’t catch the (car) number,” Buford said. “I didn’t know it was Myatt until afterwards. I even came on my radio and said, ‘I believe a care just flipped over me.’ It is what it is. I hope he’s perfectly fine. “It was pretty scary to watch”.