Looks like Tony hit the wall too.
“We had a wheel force transducer on there, which is in the load cell probe that holds the wheel on there, so it had nothing to do with a wheel, [lug nuts] or normal stuff,” Zipadelli said. “It was a part, I’m going to say that we just had from Toyota and we were trying to collect some data. The load cell failed and we’ve got a wrecked racecar.”
Crash-filled test at LVMS leaves teams scrambling: “For the second consecutive year, Sprint Cup Preseason Thunder testing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway turned into a crash-fest, as eight different Cars of Tomorrow were terminally wrecked in two days of testing.“