What was the most egregious broadcasting blunder in NASCAR history?

That is a laughably bad take but enough other people have already told you as much

Anyway, if you thought the last two laps of Todd Gilliland's win in a Truck race at Martinsville being lost due to technical difficulties was bad, how about when it happened to a Cup race at Talladega?
And this was not just any regular Talladega finish - this was Ron Bouchard scoring his first (and only) Cup win in just his 11th series start, pulling it off by making a last-second pass in the trioval on Darrell Waltrip and Terry Labonte, so preoccupied with racing each other that they didn't quite realize the next car in line behind them was close enough to make the move, or that he was even on the lead lap.

I don't know what the best modern comparison would be - maybe the race at Talladega where the other Gilliland, David Gilliland, pushed David Ragan to the win for Front Row?

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