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“I just made a mistake” Hunter Schuerenberg takes responsibility his part after flipping his car

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The sixth event of NASCAR’s Hight Limit Racing took place at Texas Motor Speedway. The Dirt track in Fort Worth featured 24 entries including Kyle Larson. Anthony Macri claimed victory after beating Tyler Courtney but Kyle Larson has finished 14th.

Six drivers had to end their race due to the crash and among them, Hunter Schuerenberg faced huge damage in his car as his car flipped in the air with around three spins. Fortunately, the driver was safe but he couldn’t finish the race.

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After the race, he accepted his fault and said, “Honestly, just a mistake on my part, just got tied down there in the hole and just stood back in the gas too quick and picked up the front end and I think I just kind of wheelied left and whoever was next to me just s**ks. You know, Inland Rigging, Marching Cattle Company, Teddy Gilstrap Motors, Jimmy May, everybody on this 73 car, super good effort tonight, I just made a mistake.”

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Hunter Schuerenberg’s Notable Dirt Race Wins

1Empire State Shootout 30 at Stateline Speedway (July 10, 2021) 

    • Despite challenging weather conditions (light rain and steady mist), Schuerenberg emerged victorious.
    • He outdueled fellow Series full-timer Zeb Wise, taking the lead on lap 14.
    • The Sikeston, Missouri-native pocketed a $6,000 payday for his efforts.

2Wayne County Speedway (May 14, 2022)

    • The packed house witnessed Schuerenberg’s dominance.
    • His performance earned him another well-deserved victory.

3All Star Sprints Win at Jacksonville Speedway (May 12, 2023)

    • Schuerenberg negotiated lapped traffic with precision.
    • He held off Chris Windom to secure the victory.
    • The $6,000 top prize added to his impressive career earnings.

4. Return to Jacksonville Speedway (2023)

    • The tight quarters of Jacksonville’s bullring suited Schuerenberg perfectly.
    • He claimed the $6,000 top prize.
    • This return to Jacksonville Speedway marked a historic moment for the All Star Circuit of Champions.

READ MORE: Kevin Harvick recalls a “very strange” incident earlier at Texas Motor Speedway

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I'm Moin Akhunji, a passionate sports writer renowned for my unique storytelling approach. My expertise spans across various sports, notably NASCAR, F1, and IndyCar. I hold a profound admiration for athletes like Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr. When I'm not crafting articles, you'll likely find me trekking in the hills, indulging in my favorite hobby.
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