CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Daytona 500 winner Trevor Bayne has been released from the Mayo Clinic after being treated for what doctors are calling an inflammatory condition.
Roush Fenway Racing says Bayne is expected to return to racing this season, although the team has not established a definite timeframe.
He will not run Friday night's Nationwide Series event at Darlington Raceway.
Bayne was admitted last week for nausea, fatigue and double vision. Mayo Clinic neurologist Brian Crum says in a statement that the nausea and fatigue have cleared up, and Bayne will continue to be treated for the vision impairment.
Crum says Bayne's condition is not life-threatening or career-ending.

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