The quickest solution to what appears to be a safety hazard for race fans would be to eliminate Daytona speedway's lower seating until a better catch fence system is developed.
I understand the importance of those seats, I've been courtside at an NBA game, you can hear the ball bouncing, the grunts and feel the intensity of the game, I'm sure the roar and the smells of the cars are a thrilling experience.
That's all good, but a fan should expect more than reasonable safety from an entertainment venue, anything less should be unacceptable to NASCAR.
If there is anything positive about this incident is the fact that NASCAR has always responded to safety concerns quickly and aggressively.
NASCAR will figure out how to build a better fence, you can count on that.
The sprint cup car are a living testament to NASCAR's commitment to safety, time and time again we see horrific crashes with drivers walking away unharmed. It is safe to say that NASCAR drivers are in THE SAFEST CARS IN ALL MOTOR-SPORTS.
Again folks, the reasonable quick fix would be to close the bottom section of the track or at least eliminate some rows and have a bigger buffer zone.
Needless to say our prayer are with all those folks tonight, God be with you.
As always this is a fans opinion and from what I understand everybody has one and I thank God for that.