Juan Pablo Montoya crashes into jet dryer, causing explosion and fire at Daytona 500

The Daytona 500 was discontinued by the explosion caused a fire, when Juan Pablo Montoya crashed jet dryers under caution.

This is the latest crisis to prohibit the opening time racing in NASCAR.

Montoya was driving well behind the rest of the field when something broke on his car, and he began to slide out of control toward the truck, which had 200 gallons of jet fuel.

Montoya in the No.. 42 Chevrolet hammer, explosion and sends the fuel flow to the famous track.

Montoya comes as no harm, though he seemed staggered across the infield grass. The driver has to be helped from the vehicle.

Dave Blaney was the time of the accident, followed by Landon Cassill, Tony Raines and David Gilliland. Everything is unknown in the Sprint Cup.

The Daytona 500 has a delay of more than 30 hours due to rain and rescheduled for the events in prime time under the lights.

The delays that occurred two years after the 500 was detained for hours because of the annoying hole in turn two. What damaged the tracks to the officers on board a scheduled resurfacing of the track.

Blast and finally removing the truck appears to damage the tracks, opening a line on the sidewalk.

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