The 2012 Daytona 500 is currently in a red flag situation ton Lap 160 following Juan Pablo Montoya crashing into the jet dryer during a caution flag. That caused jet fuel to spark and explode, resulting in a fire that expanded vertically across the track.
Montoya's car dropped down to the grass after it hit the jet dryer. Montoya escaped the car unharmed from the fire. But as we can see above, the jet fuel-induced fire spread rapidly and has potentially damaged the track. If the track is not safe to race on as a result of this, the race will likely be called with 40 laps left to go.
If the race is called, Dave Blaney will be the winner of the 54th Daytona 500. Furniture Row Racing's Regan Smith will finish in 20th place.