Daytona 500 Should Resume Within 30 Minutes After Montoya Crashed into Jet Dryer
The most bizarre sporting incident occurred in the Daytona 500 tonight. Juan Pablo Montoya lost control of his car under caution as something broke under his car as his No. 42 Target Chevrolet spun and hit a jet dryer in turn three.
This impact caused a huge explosion as jet fuel and exhaust blew up into huge flames from the wall down to the apron in the third turn.
The race is approaching an hour under red flag conditions with exactly 100 miles left.
Dave Blaney stayed out instead of pitting with the leaders as his No. 36 Chevrolet is atop the leaderboard right now.
Blaney has never won a race in his Sprint Cup career.
Landon Cassil is currently second, followed by Tony Raines, David Gilliland, and Matt Kenseth.
NASCAR has announced the race should be good to go back green within the next half hour and complete the final 40 laps.
Remarkably no one was injured in the bizarre scene in turn three.
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