Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Talladega Superspeedway is the only restrictor-plate event in the ten-race Chase for the Sprint Cup playoff. It's also the only race with serious potential for the "big one," a major wreck that has the ability to eliminate dozens of competitive cars in a span of ten seconds or less.
With that in mind, there are certain drivers who are better than others at avoiding such accidents on race day. Chances are, those who are best at it are running in this year's Chase, but over the years, sometimes even superstars (well, former superstars) can establish a nasty habit of tearing up equipment.
Which drivers have fallen hardest for that habit? Let's find out.