Found February 23, 2013 on Diehardsport:
During the last lap of the Nationwide race at Daytona, there was a horrific crash as drivers were jockeying for position.  The leader Regan Smith was hit from behind and began to spin out, which caused this massive wreck.  Multiple cars were completely destroyed, and part of rookie Kyle Larson’s car actually pierced the fencing. Here’s a view of the wreck from the stands: It’s pretty disturbing how fans started to cheer the awful wreck.  Medical attention was required for people in the stands, and it is unknown if any of the spectators or drivers were injured.  Hopefully everyone is okay. Tony Stewart ended up avoiding the wreck to win the race. [YouTube]  

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