It didn’t take long for some scary scenes to take place at the Daytona 500 on Sunday. During the early stages of Sunday’s NASCAR race, Harrison Burton had his car shoved and flipped upside down, causing a big wreck on Turn 2. Burton appears to have been bumped by Brad Keselowski, which caused the No. 21 car to collide with William Byron, and subsequently get airborne and flip over. Multiple cars were involved in the wreck, including Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch, both of whom were unable to continue after the incident.

Burton was checked out by the routine care center and was deemed unharmed and released immediately. His day behind the wheel was over early, however, with his car forced to retire to the garage.  Byron, Hamlin, Busch, and Ross Chastain also had their races ended by the crash.

Hamlin was the only multi-time Daytona 500 winner actively participating in Sunday’s NASCAR race, but he won’t get the chance to add to his tally following the wreck.

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Martin Truex Jr. will be taking home the Stage 1 points after remaining on top throughout the first stage of the race, and has the chance to hold onto his lead with the likes of Busch and Hamlin done for the afternoon.

Alternative angles show the No. 21 car spinning out after a collision with a series of cars, before getting airborne with the tail lifting up first. While it was a worrying sight for drivers and fans in attendance, Burton was not injured in the wreck, though he, and the other drivers involved will not be able to continue on in the NASCAR season debut.