For the second time in a week, a hauler carrying vehicles and equipment for a NASCAR team was severely damaged as the result of an accident.

Last week the driver lost his life when the hauler was involved in a vehicular accident on a Texas highway on the way to Phoenix Raceway.

After the Camping World Truck Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, a hauler was damaged when the driver attempted to drive the truck through one of the many tunnels that allows vehicles in and out of the speedway. While there are tunnels designed to accommodate the larger haulers, the driver attempted to use one of the smaller tunnels with disastrous results.

The hauler belonged to the Reaume Brothers Racing which field the number 43 truck driven by Thad Moffitt and the number 33 truck driven by Chris Hacker.

The truck recieved some significant damage, but fortunately the driver was not injured. The top of the hauler was damaged and the air conditioning unit was torn clean off.

Next week is a triple header event at COTA – Circuit of the Americas in Texas. Reaume Brothers Racing intends to participate in the race.

The incident was first reported live on FOX Sports during the Xfinity Series race.

RBR also field the Xfinity Series car driven by Loris Hezemans. The hauler for that car was not involved in the incident.