Justin Allgaier, driver of the No. 7 Brandt Chevrolet Camaro, was released from a local hospital Friday morning, following evaluation after a final-lap wreck in Thursday night’s Shady Rays 200 at Kentucky Speedway.
Allgaier was treated for “non-racing” medical purposes and was released early Friday morning.
Allgaier will still have to undergo further evaluation to be cleared to race Friday night’s Alsco 300.
Allgaier was involved in a last-lap wreck coming off of turn two in Thursday’s Shady Rays 200 at Kentucky. The wreck also involved collected Kody Vanderwal. Ronnie Bassett Jr. and Timmy Hill.
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Vanderwal was able to drive away but the other three were not. Bassett and Hill were treated and released at the infield care center while Allgaier was taken to a local hospital and released Friday morning.
This is a developing story.