BUSCH: Jeff Purvis released from hospital

NASCAR Busch Grand National driver Jeff Purvis was released from the Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown, PA on Friday, May 24th. The Brewco Motor sports driver was injured following a crash involving fellow Busch competitor Gregg Biffle at The ...

NASCAR Busch Grand National driver Jeff Purvis was released from the Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown, PA on Friday, May 24th. The Brewco Motor sports driver was injured following a crash involving fellow Busch competitor Gregg Biffle at The Stacker2 200 at Nazareth Speedway on Sunday May 19th.

Todd Wilkerson, president of Brewco Motor sports has indicated that Purvis will be flown to a undisclosed rehabilitative hospital to begin treatment for his injuries. It is not known how long Purvis will be out of the car, but the driver-suffered considerable, head, back and leg injuries in the crash.

Kevin Lepage has been slated to assume the drivers role in the No. 37 Timber wolf Chevrolet.

Many Busch Grand National teams sported get well decals on their cars this weekend's event at The Lowe's Motor Speedway.

Fans wishing to extend get-well wishes can send them to Jeff Purvis, P.O. Box 30637, Clarksville, TN. 37040

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Series NASCAR XFINITY
Drivers Kevin Lepage , Jeff Purvis