Hours after a Wednesday update from Roush Fenway Racing that he has made “great improvement” in his Daytona 500 recovery, Ryan Newman has been released from the hospital.
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A day after his massive wreck at Daytona, Roush Fenway Racing has confirmed Ryan Newman is “awake and speaking with family and doctors” at the hospital.
Ryan Newman is in serious but not life-threatening condition after a serious wreck coming to the finish in Monday’s Daytona 500.
With their wins in the Bluegreen Vacations Duels, Joey Logano and William Byron will start Sunday’s Daytona 500 in third and fourth, respectively.
In his first race with JTG Daugherty Racing, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. puts his car on the pole for the Daytona 500.
Although David Ragan has retired from full-time NASCAR Cup racing, he will run the Daytona 500 with Rick Ware Racing.
Denny Hamlin took his second straight Daytona 500, but a scary wreck involving Ryan Newman coming to the finish currently sits in fans’ minds.
Justin Haley, who surprised the NASCAR world when he won at Daytona in just his third Cup start, will return to the track at the Daytona 500. Joining him will be his Xfinity team Kaulig Racing, who will make their first Cup start.