Dale Earnhardt, Jr.’s victory at the Coke Zero 400 on Sunday night was short-lived thanks to a horrifying crash that happened just after the race’s conclusion.
As Jr. crossed the finish line at Daytona International Speedway, Austin Dillon’s No. 3 car spun-out, went airborne, and then slammed into the catchfence. (RELATED: Can You Guess How Danica Patrick Spent Independence Day Weekend? [PHOTOS])
Five fans required medical treatment after the wreck — though none of the injuries were listed as major — and Dillon managed to walk away unscathed. (RELATED: NASCAR Urges Fans To Bring Confederate Flags To Daytona Over July 4th Weekend)
[h/t: USA Today]