VIDEO: Kurt Busch, Brian Scott Involved In Minor Wreck During NASCAR At Talladega

Things got a little hairy on Lap 29 at Talladega Speedway on Saturday. Kurt Busch, Brian Scott, Josh Richards, Morgan Shepherd and Jason Bowles were among the drivers involved in a minor wreck that sent several cars spinning off the the track. The accident was apparently started by Busch, the man who will be driving Ricky Bobby's "ME" car during Sunday's Aaron's 499, pushing Scott's bumper.

You can check out the video, and of course a GIF, after the jump.

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Apparently no one was hurt in the scrum. Dale Earnhardt Jr. apparently could have done without the rubbing, however.

For more from Talladega, stay tuned to SB Nation Atlanta and this StoryStream.


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