Nick Loden flies over Josh Lowder during the CARS Tour Pro Late Model Race at North Wilkesboro Speedway

During the CARS Tour Pro Late Model race at North Wilkesboro Speedway, driver of the No. 43 Nick Loden went completely airborne in a horrific crash that saw him launch off of fellow competitor Josh Lowder’s vehicle.

Nick Loden slams into the outside wall during the CARS Tour Pro Late Model race at North Wilkesboro Speedway

With 67 laps to go in the 75 lap race in the lead-up to the the NASCAR All-Star Weekend at North Wilkesboro Speedway, Josh Lowder was battling for position down the straightaway when he got hooked, and got caught up with Logan Jones and made two hard hits into the outside wall with the impacts completely mangling his hood and nose.

His car would eventually come unconnected with Jones’ and he would drift down to the bottom of the track where Nick Loden was attempting to avoid Lowder’s car coming down the track.

The aftermath of Nick Loden, Logan Jones, and Josh Lowder’s wreck during the CARS Tour Pro Late Model race at North Wilkesboro Speedway

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Unfortunately, he was unable to do so. Loden made contact with Lowder’s right rear, which launched his vehicle up and over Lowder’s decklid and nearly over the wall separating the track from pit road.

His car would eventually come to a stop after making another hard lick against the outside wall at the exit of turn 2.

Here’s another angle that shows Lowder making contact with Jones and then coming down the track where his vehicle is simply run over by Loden’s car.

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All three of the drivers involved in the wreck would see their nights come to an end. Lowder would finish in 35th out of 40 cars with Jones coming in 36th and Loden finishing in 37th.

Augie Grill would eventually bring home the checkered flag and ride the lift to victory lane after a battle with 2nd place finisher Corey Heim.

The series’ points leader heading into the race, Mike Hopkins, would finish in 10th. Current Rookie of the Year leader and second place in points, Katie Hettinger, would take home a fifth place finish.

Caden Kvapil, who was third in points coming into the race, finished in 8th. Brett Suggs, who was fourth coming in to the race, had a rough night finishing in 33rd. Ahston Higgins, who was in fifth in points before the race, took home a 14th place finish.

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The CARS Tour Pro Late Models will next compete at Tri-County Speedway in Granite Falls, North Carolina on May 27th.

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