THE BIG ONE pic.twitter.com/eZemBhMeNn— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) February 17, 2020Chaos strikes in the #DAYTONA500. pic.twitter.com/xDcbOvwpJm— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 17, 2020Clint Bowyer juuuuuuuuuuuust make it through. Wow. pic.twitter.com/4QPEQQoTjS— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) February 17, 2020″The roulette wheel spins and it grabs your number.” Yeah … that’s Daytona. pic.twitter.com/UOqbcHAYr4— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) February 17, 2020MORE: Complete Daytona 500 highlights “Was getting a huge push,” Almirola was heard saying on his radio after the crash. “Tried to check out of the throttle a little bit, but I just hooked him.”Involved in the accident were 19 drivers: Keselowski, Almirola, Kurt Busch, Jimmie Johnson, Martin Truck Jr., Bubba Wallace, Alex Bowman, Austin Dillon, Tyler Reddick, Ryan Blaney, Ty Dillon, Matt DiBenedetto, Brendan Gaughan, Justin Haley, David Ragan, John Hunter Nemechek, Chris Buescher and Ross Chastain.UPDATE: Another crash, on Lap 198, collected nine more cars and brought out another red flag. It would set up the first attempt at an overtime finish.A heavy hit for many contenders late in the #DAYTONA500. @RossChastain and @chaseelliott are among those involved. (📺: FOX) pic.twitter.com/LJnTr6zsR6— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 18, 2020A huge run by @RossChastain ends in a crash. #DAYTONA500 pic.twitter.com/Q095RuAmvw— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 18, 2020A closer look. pic.twitter.com/opMR87lCW8— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) February 18, 2020 “The big one” seemed inevitable as drivers increased their aggressiveness with 17 laps to go in the 2020 Daytona 500. Sure enough, the massive crash occurred on the Daytona International Speedway backstretch on Lap 184, a wreck that brought out a red flag with 16 laps to go.Joey Logano, operating on the outside of a two-wide field, was pushing Aric Almirola down the backstretch, but things went wrong when Almirola reached the back bumper of Brad Keselowski. The bump was too strong, and Keselowski was turned into the outside wall. They were running toward the front of the field, so you can imagine what happened next.