'It's a miracle': Fans react after tire flies off Indy 500 car and over spectators

Andretti Autosport driver Kyle Kirkwood (27) crashes into the wall after a collision with Arrow McLaren SP driver Felix Rosenqvist (6) on Sunday, May 28, 2023, during the 107th running of the Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
  • Oops!
    Something went wrong.
    Please try again later.
  • Oops!
    Something went wrong.
    Please try again later.

Racing fans are saying it's a miracle no one was reportedly hurt after the rear left tire of Indy 500 driver Kyle Kirkwood's car went flying over the grandstand at Indianapolis Motor Speedway after a nasty hit with Felix Rosenqvist.

People using Twitter had thoughts.

More: 'It looked like a flying saucer': The story of the last spectator death at the Indy 500

More: Indianapolis 500 live updates: Results, leaderboard from IMS

More: Swarm of bees attack Indianapolis 500 race fans near the start/finish line

Follow IndyStar race coverage with these stories below

Who has won? A complete list of winners over Indy 500's century of existence

Why it's called Carb Day: Even though Indy cars don't use carburetors

What was the closest finish? Here are the 5 closest finishes in Indy 500 history

How big is IMS? You may not realize just how big Indianapolis Motor Speedway is

What happens to all that trash? From cake to cans, the story of the Indy 500 through trash and the volunteers clearing it

More: Complete guide to 2023 Indy 500: All of our coverage of the 107th running

More: 'Six laps of commercials': Indy 500 fans actually able to watch annoyed with ads, lagging

John Tufts covers evening breaking and trending news for the Indianapolis Star. Send him a news tip at JTufts@Gannett.com.

This article originally appeared on Indianapolis Star: Indianapolis 500: Tire flies over fans, social media reacts