Ugly wreck mars Nationwide race
A crash involving at least 10 cars marred Saturday's Nationwide race at Daytona, ESPN.com reported.
The wreck caused Kyle Larson's car to go airborne into the frontstretch catch fencing. It tore off the front half of his car and left large pieces of the vehicle inside the fencing.
Larson climbed out of the car when it stopped back on the track. He was not injured.
It was not immediately known if any spectators were hurt.
The crash occurred moments before the end of the race. As the wreck happened, the leaders headed for the finish line. Tony Stewart won, with Sam Hornish Jr. placing second.
The race restarted under a red flag when a 13-car accident happened with two laps to go. After driver Michael Annett's car crashed into the SAFER barrier head on, he was taken to a hospital. There was no immediate news of his condition.
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