Jeff Green will drive in place of Eric McClure in Saturday's Nationwide Series season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
McClure remains hospitalized with an undisclosed illness. McClure was admitted to a Las Vegas hospital last Sunday while on a business trip. It is not known when he will be able to return home. No other information was available.
This will be the sixth race...
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17 days ago
Eric McClure was admitted to a hospital in Las Vegas, NV last Sunday.
While McClure remains hospitalized, former NASCAR Nationwide Series champion Jeff Green will drive the No. 14 Hefty Toyota in the series finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Saturday.
Green previously substituted for McClure earlier this season.
No information has been released as to the illness that...
Abingdon, VA.—TMI (Team McClure, Inc.) announced today that Jeff Green will pilot the No. 14 Hefty® Ultimate™ Toyota during Saturday’s NASCAR Nationwide Series season-finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The team’s regular driver, Eric McClure, was admitted to a Las Vegas, Nevada hospital on Sunday, November 10, while on a business trip,[...]
On the eve before the Nationwide Series race at Texas Motor Speedway, TMI (Team McClure, Inc) announced that Jeff Green will pilot the No. 14 Toyota in Saturday’s race. Eric McClure and team decided that it was best to announce the change due to medical reasons.
“As many of you may know, today I made the difficult decision to step out of the care for this weeks race. After my...
Eric McClure and the Hefty®/Reynolds® team returned to Iowa Speedway for the second time this season looking for another top-20 finish. After posting the 26th fastest time in qualifying, McClure was able to overcome the tight-handling condition on his No. 14 Camry late in the race to finish the 250-lap event in the 23rdposition. With this finish, the team was able to advance...
Eric McClure and the Hefty®/Reynolds® Team traveled to their sponsor’s home track, Chicagoland Speedway, for the third NNS stand-alone event of the 2013 season. After picking up a second from Saturday’s practice session to post the 20th fastest time in qualifying, a flat left rear tire with 35 laps remaining in the 200-lap event ultimately relegated the team to a 28th-place...
NASCAR driver Eric McClure has been released from an Alabama hospital on Monday, two days after he was injured in a crash at Talladega Superspeedway.
McClure was airflifted to UAB Medical Center in Birmingham following Saturday's crash in the Nationwide Series race at Talladega Superspeedway.
His team said Monday that McClure suffered a concussion and internal bruising in the...
NASCAR driver Eric McClure is stable and alert at a Birmingham hospital after an accident Saturday night at Talladega Superspeedway.
Team spokeswoman Emily Brandt said Sunday that McClure remained under observation at UAB Hospital, where he was undergoing tests.
His wife, Miranda, posted on McClure's Facebook page that the family is ''so thankful that he survived. It...
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May 06, 2012
Driver Eric McClure was reported to be in stable condition and alert Sunday, one day after a late wreck in the Nationwide Series race at Talladega Superspeedway.
McClure was transported to an Alabama hospital by helicopter, but NASCAR officials said he was awake and speaking to medical personnel at that time. He was continuing to undergo tests Sunday at the University of Alabama...
Eric McClure the driver of the #14 Toyota hit the infield wall hard as the NASCAR Nationwide race was nearing it’s end. Video of the incident can be found below. McClure’s roof had to be cut off the car in order to remove him from it. He was running of the lead lap at the time of the accident.