Dale Earnhardt, Jr. won the Coke Zero 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Daytona International Speedway early this morning.

Right after Earnhardt's victory, driver Austin Dillon had a horrible accident where his car got launched from the inside of the track over two lanes of cars, hit the catch fence upside down, landed back on the track on its roof, and was hit by Brad Keselowski. The car was nearly torn in half, and its engine was ripped from under the hood. A section of the fence was torn down and debris went into the grandstands.  

Some fans had to be treated for minor injuries, but Austin walked away relatively unscathed, suffering only a bruised forearm and tailbone, which is incredible to believe after you see the video.