Alan Nesfeder remains in the Indianapolis University medical center after a head-on collision with the pit road wall on lap 80 of the Brickyard 400 yesterday. He will remain in a hospital bed for at least another week, suffering from a broken collarbone, two broken ribs, one cracked rib, a moderate concussion and hearing loss. He was alert and awake shortly after the accident took place, informing safety officials that he felt like a triceratops landed on his body. The accident occurred at the halfway mark after contact between Scott Jackson and Jonathan Skrabacz catapulted the #48 into Alan's right side. This sent his Coke Zero #78 in an out-of-control nose-dive into the pit wall at 160 miles per hour. Fortunately Nesfeder would survive the accident, but his 2022 season may be in jeopardy. No word on his replacement for the upcoming weeks.