Thankfully none of the drivers were hurt. However, some spectators were.
Seven people suffered injuries at the end of the Aaron's 499 Sunday when the Carl Edwards went airborne and slammed into the catchfence on the frontstretch.
"None of the injuries are dangerous or life-threatening," said Dr. Bobby Lewis, medical director at Talladega Superspeedway. "It's mostly bumps and bruises with possible minor fractures."Two women were airlifted to an area hospital, but Lewis said that was for traffic concerns and not because of the severity of their conditions.