It didn't take long for NASCAR Camping World Truck Series drivers to wad it up during their season opener at Daytona International Speedway, as 17 drivers were involved in a huge wreck on Lap 2.
Check out all the best photos from Friday night's NextEra Energy Resources 250:
Kaz Grala (33) and Christopher Bell (4) lead the field to green to start Friday night's event.
Grala and Bell (first two trucks) lead a pack of cars on the first lap of the race before the "Big One" occured.
Seventeen drivers, including Austin Cindric (19) and John Hunter Nemechek (8), were involved in a huge pileup on Lap 2 at the entrance of Turn 1.
Nine cars were forced out of the race after the Lap 2 wreck.
Cindric (19) hits the Turn 1 wall hard as sparks fly while drivers try to avoid the huge melee.
Austin Wayne Self's team tries to fix his No. 32 truck on pit road while the new five-minute repair clock ticks down.
Christopher Bell's No. 4 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota Tundra gets airborne for the second consecutive year in the season opener at Daytona.
John Hunter Nemechek (8) finds trouble in the corner. He was one of 17 drivers involved in the crash on Lap 2.
Sparks fly under the lights as Nemechek tries to save his No. 8 NEMCO Motorsports truck.
Johnny Sauter led a race-high 52 laps before getting caught up in a huge crash on the final lap.
Christopher Bell nurses his badly damaged No. 4 KBM truck around the truck as his team made multiple pit stops for repairs.
While leading the race, Matt Crafton's No. 88 Thorsport Racing truck flies through the air during a multi-truck wreck on the final lap.
Another view of Crafton's No. 88 getting major air on the backstretch.
After a wild tumble, Crafton's truck lands hard on the race track as others pile up behind him.
Grala salutes the crowd after climbing from his No. 33 GMS Racing Chevrolet Silverado on the frontstretch after winning the NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona.
After starting from the pole, Grala celebrates in Victory Lane, becoming the youngest winner at Daytona International Speedway in NASCAR national touring series history. It was also Grala's first career Camping World Truck Series victory.