UPDATE: Carson Hocevar released a statement on Sunday regarding his health following Saturday’s accident at World Wide Technology Raceway:
— Carson Hocevar (@CarsonHocevar) June 5, 2022
Original post: Carson Hocevar was transported to a local hospital for evaluation after a final-lap crash in Saturday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at World Wide Technology Raceway.
Hocevar’s No. 42 Niece Motorsports Chevrolet was tapped into a spin by Derek Kraus’ No. 19 Chevy shortly after the white flag flew in overtime during the Toyota 200. Tyler Hill’s No. 5 entry slammed into the side of Hocevar’s truck, and the No. 45 of Lawless Alan also made significant contact.
— NASCAR.com —
Niece Motorsports released a statement on social media regarding Hocevar, citing he needed “further evaluation of his right lower extremity.”
— Niece Motorsports (@NieceMotorsport) June 4, 2022
— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) June 4, 2022
Tyler Hill said he talked to Hocevar in the care center and he seemed OK. Hocevar will be taken to the hospital for further evaluation. https://t.co/yU86gwQLu7
— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) June 4, 2022