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Massive crash during heat race at Knoxville Raceway

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Accidents are a part of Motorsports. At some point during a race, it is bound to happen.

On Saturday night, there was a massive accident during the heat race at Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa. The accident took out several drivers.

Sprint Car driver Carson McCarl making laps around the track
Carson McCarl making laps around the track (Photo by Carson McCarl Racing/Facebook & ChuckStoweImages.com)

Everyone was able to walk away from the accident. Following the wreck, Carson MCCarl, Austin McCarl, Noah Gass, Landon Hansen, and Josh Higday were not able to continue.

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“Our night, unfortunately, ended early [Saturday] tonight at Knoxville Raceway,” Carson McCarl Racing said in a Facebook post. “Carson McCarl had nowhere to go when a car in front of him lost control in the heat race causing a big pile-up. Thankfully, all of the safety equipment did its job keeping Carson safe tonight. Thank you to everyone who checked in on Carson. We will rebuild.”

According to World of Outlaws broadcaster Johnny Gibson, Kerry Madsen may have caught the wall in the backstretch. Another broadcaster said that they were three wide before they all came together.

Gibson said that 12 cars were involved in the heat race. However, just three cars were not damaged by the accident. The undamaged cars were out in front, as the accident happened behind them.

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The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series were appearing in their second night at the track. The feature was the Brownells Big Guns Bash. Brian Brown defeated the Outlaws at the historic track for his 59th win.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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