A racing hauler was badly damaged over the weekend when the driver misjudged the height of a tunnel at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
The incident occurred on Saturday, March 19, as the Reaume Brothers Racing hauler attempted to leave the Atlanta Motor Speedway following the NASCAR Xfinity Series race.
The hauler driver attempted to turn into a service tunnel not designed for trucks and became wedged, causing major damage to the trailer.
No injuries were reported.
The hauler was reportedly carrying the No. 33 and No. 43 trucks that ran in the race when the crash occurred.
The Reaume Brothers Racing team still plans to try to compete at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas.
The live television broadcast captured the aftermath moments after the truck crashed into the tunnel.
Lots of folks saying there was not a low clearance sign posted.. took this as I drove into the track this morning. pic.twitter.com/T0ATDQEdbI
— Matt Courson (@m_courson) March 20, 2022