Bubba Wallace spins and the crowd erupts with cheers (Video)

Bubba Wallace spun out in the final round of qualifying at Nashville Superspeedway to the delight of the crowd

NASCAR is racing at Nashville Superspeedway this weekend. The Ally 400 takes place on Sunday night.

Watch the video of the Bubba Wallace spin below.

On Saturday, cars took to the track for qualifying. A timed lap would set the starting grid for tomorrow’s race.

Michael Jordan, co-owner of 23XI Racing is on hand this weekend. He was seen ahead of qualifying in the pit area.

And, the 23XI Racing drivers were pumped up in qualifying. Both 23XI Drivers, Bubba Wallace and Tyler Reddick advanced from the opening round of qualifying and into the final round.

Bubba Wallace was fastest overall in Group B qualifying. He turned a lap of 29.796 second in round one.

For round 2, the fastest 10 drivers had their laptimes reset. Those 10 drivers had a shot at the pole position in round two.

Nashville Starting Lineup: June 2023 (NASCAR Cup Series)

Bubba Wallace spins in qualifying

Many drivers were struggling with grip on Saturday. He saw it in NASCAR Xfinity Series qualifying, where many drivers spun out. It’s unclear what was causing grip issues.

During Bubba Wallace’s run, the drivers was tracking toward the pole position. However, as he exited turn four on his qualifying lap, he got loose.

Wallace corrected and was able to spin it across the infield grass. The car picked up no damage.

Yet, as he spun across the infield, the crowd erupted. The racing fans of Nashville, Tennessee were a big fan of the No. 23 drivers spinning out.

In the tv broadcast, the crowd noise was loud enough to spark a debate. Fans questioned if NBC pumped the audio of the crowd reaction.

However, in audio captured from fans in the stands, the reaction was the same.

Daniel Suarez also advanced into round two of qualifying. He also spun out, in that case, Suarez spun as he came to take the green flag for his timed lap. As Suarez spun, the crowd was silent.

Corey LaJoie also spun in the first round of qualifying. For that spin, there was also no reaction from the crowd.

Despite the spin, Wallace will still start from the 9th position. The driver was able to keep it out of the wall. Without damage, the team won’t need to make any repairs, which would have sent the team to the back of the grid.

The race will take place on Sunday night, a primetime showing for the NASCAR Cup Series.

Nashville TV Schedule: June 2023 (NASCAR)

Bubba Wallace spins in qualifying
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