NASCAR will look at the placement of gates at its tracks after a Nationwide Series car crashed through the fence at Daytona and injured more than two dozen fans.
Nationwide Series driver Michael Annett suffered a fractured and dislocated sternum in a crash during the race at Daytona Saturday, Petty Motorsports officials said Tuesday.
A horrific multicar crash moments before the end of the Nationwide race Saturday at Daytona caused Kyle Larson's car to become airborne into the frontstretch catch fencing, shearing off the front half of the car.
You could race in, you could crash out. You could buy in or cash out. It was another fine day of qualifying Duels at Daytona.
It's been more than 10 years since we lost Dale Earnhardt in a violent, sport-changing crash at Daytona. Yet we're still asking the same tired question: Where is the SAFER barrier?
As if setting the field for Sunday's Daytona 500 couldn't get any more complicated. Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s practice crash Wednesday added yet another monkey wrench.
Let's declare the yellow-line rule at Daytona (and Talladega) and NASCAR's new "have at it, boys" mentality a conflict of interest. They just don't mix.
Does NASCAR follow its own rules? Many fans question that after Sunday's crash-marred photo finish at the Daytona 500. Truth is, NASCAR made the right call, writes Terry Blount.
No. 4 most memorable Daytona 500: 1976.