Here's why Ryan Newman's NASCAR car wasn't engulfed in flames after crash

Here's why Ryan Newman's NASCAR car wasn't engulfed in flames after crash

In the moments following Ryan Newman’s dramatic crash in the Daytona 500, viewers were on the edge of their seats as what many believed to be gasoline poured out of the car near an open flame while Newman was trapped inside. It turns out the situation wasn’t quite as dire as it seemed.According to Fox NASCAR reporter Bob Pockrass, NASCAR has confirmed that the liquid was motor oil, which has a much higher flash point than fuel and poses a lower fire
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