Good news from the Roush Fenway Racing camp.
Daytona 500 winner Trevor Bayne has been released from the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, where he had been treated for symptoms of an unknown illness. Bayne was admitted to the Mayo Clinic last Thursday, and spent a week undergoing treatment and tests before being released yesterday.
Bayne will not drive this weekend at Darlington, and his immediate future behind the wheel remains uncertain.
The bad news for Bayne at this point is that, realisticly, his hopes at claiming the NASCAR Nationwide Series title this season are now pretty much shot after he misses the race at Darlington. The good news is that Bayne is improving, he is expected to fully recover, and he is expected to return to the driver’s seat at some point this season; possibly as early as next week at Dover.
Bayne will continue to be followed closely by the Mayo Clinic team. But the good news is that it looks like Trevor is going to be just fine.