The fiery crash that hurt nearly 30 NASCAR fans over the weekend has people all across the country thinking safety.
Could it happen at other tracks like the Martinsville Speedway?
When high speeds are involved, anything can happen.
Cars go up to 200 miles per hour at Daytona International Speedway. At Martinsville max speeds are around 120.
The only thing between nasty wreck debris and the fans is a fence.
This is the same type fence surrounding all NASCAR Sprint Cup tracks.
It's about 25 feet tall with tightly pulled cable and little room for debris to fly though.
"If things happen and we see a better way of doing something then obviously that's what we'll look at and we'll improve what we have. I think we have now is a great system, it works and for the fans coming here on April 7th I don't think they have any concern whatsoever," said Clay Campbell, Martinsville Speedway president.
Martinsville Speedway's fence was installed in 2004 and has needed little repair.
Recently the only thing hitting fans is smoke from a car.
A car hit the old fencing here at Martinsville Speedway more than a decade ago but it didn't injure fans.
Track leaders are checking the fence for weak spots before the next races in April.