Green to Pilot No. 14 Camry at BMS; McClure Remains Hospitalized

Abingdon, VA.—TMI (Team McClure, Inc.) announced today that Jeff Green will pilot the No. 14 Hefty®/Reynolds® Toyota during Friday night’s Food City 250 at Bristol Motor Speedway. The team’s regular driver, Eric McClure, was admitted to a local hospital on August 12 and was diagnosed with acute renal failure after a series of tests.  The Virginia driver’s creatinine levels were elevated, signaling improper kidney function.  McClure is still receiving treatment, but is hopeful to be released from the hospital this week.  His status remains week to week.

Eric McClure Quotes:

“This has been a very challenging week for me, both physically and emotionally.   Having a newborn and four other little girls, among other things, has also presented a challenge to my family.  Recovery can be a slow and frustrating process, but thankfully we are seeing signs of healing.  I can’t thank everyone enough for all of the prayers, thoughts, and well-wishes during this difficult time and I can’t wait to be back behind the wheel of the Hefty®/Reynolds® Camry.”

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