For the second weekend in a row, NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series will be without Dale Earnhardt Jr. in one of its cars, as the sport's most popular driver continues to recover from the effects of a concussion suffered in a 25-car accident at Talladega.
Massive wrecks on that scale don't come too often, as the sport only visits superspeedways a maximum of four times per year. But that doesn't mean that drivers are immune from them everywhere, as one wrong move can lead to a pileup on just about any track. And Chasers beware—getting caught up in one can be an absolute killer in the points.
So where were some of the biggest pileups in NASCAR history? Sure, Daytona and Talladega are included, but some of the other tracks on the list might not be so obvious at first glance. Without further ado: