Driver Spencer Boyd was nursing a sore shoulder Saturday morning after dislocating it during a last lap crash in the NASCAR Truck series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Friday night.
Boyd was caught up in the last lap crash after a chaotic final 11 circuits that saw five lead changes. The crash also swept up Jordan Anderson, John Hunter Nemechek and Grant Enfinger. Late Friday a NASCAR spokesperson said Boyd had been transported to a nearby hospital for further evaluation.
Later he told Fox Sports’ Bob Pockrass that he dislocated his shoulder in the wreck but that he should be OK to run at Atlanta Motor Speedway in two weeks.
Boyd was scored 28th in Friday’s race which was won by Chandler Smith.
Spencer Boyd says he dislocated his shoulder and will go get x-rays following his last-lap wreck at Las Vegas. Says he should be good for Atlanta. pic.twitter.com/6yxTHM0RSC
— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) March 5, 2022
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