NASCAR red-flagged the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sunday afternoon after a piece of TV cabling snapped across the tri-oval onto the racetrack on Lap 121, resulting in injuries to some fans and damage to race cars.
Charlotte Motor Speedway track officials issued a statement saying that, "Ten fans were injured when a nylon rope fell over the grandstands in Turn 4 on Lap 121 of tonight's race. Seven fans were treated from minor cuts and scrapes at on-site care centers and released. Three people were transported to an area hospital for further evaluation."
Kyle Busch, who was leading the race at the time said, "Something fell apart and of course it fell apart on us."
Crew chief Dave Rogers replied, "This is crazy if a TV camera just took us out."
The cabling literally sliced the right side of Busch's car behind the wheel.
Marcos Ambrose was the first car damaged and came down pit road with a broken brake line.
"I can see where it hit," said Drew Blickensderfer, A...