BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) — One wreck with eight laps remaining in Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series race affected several of Ford's cars at Michigan International Speedway, including Ryan Blaney, who was trying for his second straight victory.

Blaney was near the front of the field on lap 192 but got loose heading into a turn, causing a chain reaction that involved Ford's Kevin Harvick, Darrell Wallace Jr. and Danica Patrick, as well as Toyota driver Daniel Suarez.

"I went into (turn) one and got super loose," said Blaney, who won the previous weekend at Pocono. "I hate that it took a couple cars out off (turn) two. I got really free for some reason. It caught me off guard, which made it look bad."

Patrick, who placed 37th, was knocked off the track and hit the inside wall.

Harvick finished 14th, Wallace was 19th, Suarez was 24th and Blaney was 25th.