Joey Gase, who was transported to a local medical facility after a crash at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, has been released from the local hospital.
He was involved in a violent crash at the NASCAR Cup Series playoff race at Las Vegas. On lap 92, his car spun and the left-rear tire came off his car, due to which his car went airborne and strikes the inner wall when it landed.
While the driver was able to walk on his own to the ambulance, he was transported to the local medical facility for further evaluation.
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The statement released by Joey Gase Racing read:
“This evening, at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Joey was in a scary wreck when a parts failure caused his LR wheel to come off which led him to make heavy contact with the wall and go airborne. The medical staff at the track decided to take the precautionary measures to have Joey further evaluated at the hospital. He has been released from the hospital and will be further evaluated in Charlotte. Joey would like to thank the medical staff for taking great care of him and everyone for the prayers and ongoing support.”
The good news is that he has been released from the local hospital. He returned to Charlotte, N.C. where he will undergo further checkups. The driver is optimistic that he can race at Talladega Superspeedway next weekend.
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