Bubba Wallace had himself quite the scare when Joey Logano’s No. 22 car flipped over his No. 23 car during Sunday’s NASCAR race at Talladega Superspeedway. Luckily, Logano didn’t get seriously hurt and Wallace’s car only took slight damage due to the wreck. Logano has already been released from the care center.

Here’s video of the crazy crash at the GEICO 500:

And here’s an incredible look from inside Bubba Wallace’s car:

Wallace’s reaction just about sums it up perfectly. Imagine driving at such a high speed and then you see another car hurtling through the air right at you. Both drivers are lucky nobody actually got injured.

Logano certainly felt lucky when he reacted to the crash afterward. However, he also had some harsh words for NASCAR:

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It will be interesting to see if anything is done to change things after this crash and ensuing criticism from Logano. While he appreciates the ability to be a driver in the Cup Series, he also thinks there’s still too much danger with how these races are set up.

Logano entered Sunday’s race in third place in the NASCAR Cup Series standings. Bubba Wallace entered in the No. 20 spot. Denny Hamlin sits atop the standings.

Wallace is currently the driver for Michael Jordan’s team, 23XI Racing. Jordan started the team last year and became the first Black majority owner of a full-time NASCAR team since the 1960s.

The 27-year-old Wallace began racing at a young age and made his first NASCAR appearance in 2010. He then took part in the Xfinity Series and also participates in the Truck Series.

Bubba Wallace made his debut in the Cup Series in 2017 for Richard Petty’s team. Wallace became the first Black driver to race in the Cup Series since Bill Lester in 2006.