During the last lap of Saturday's nationwide race, Kyle Larson's car smashed into the safety fence sending debris flying into the stands. The force of the crash tossed a 25 pound tire ten rows up.
More than 30 people were hurt, although none had life threatening injuries. One man said he got hit by a part of an engine, and received a broken leg.
Terry Huckabee, brother of injured NASCAR fan said, "Stuff was flying everywhere it was like you was in a war zone I mean tires flying by smoke and parts and pieces."
Huckabee's brother is recovering after a three foot piece of metal hit him in the leg.
Today track officials reassured race-goers about their safety and gave them the option to change seats if they felt uneasy.