This is kind of like the ring of fire at a daredevil show. Or, perhaps, it's like a small wall of flames some crazy person would jump through. Except the fire Juan Pablo Montoya's crash ignited created a ridiculous row of fire on the track at the Daytona 500 that would dwarf a regular inferno.
This was the scene after Montoya slammed into a jet dryer.
So what comes next? Well, despite Darrell Waltrip's insistence that everything is just fine, this was some of the mess left by the crash:
If you're wondering how this mess gets cleaned up, the answer is a layer of speedy-dry, followed by a nice coating of Tide laundry detergent. No, seriously. They're scrubbing the track down with Tide and water.
This is the best race ever, you guys.