Gray Gaulding out Friday after suspected allergic reaction
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- A Stewart-Haas Racing plane made an unscheduled stop in St. Louis on Friday after Gray Gaulding had a suspected allergic reaction.
SS Green Light Racing confirmed Gaulding had an issue en route to Kansas City. A Stewart-Haas Racing spokesperson confirmed that its plane made the unscheduled stop, and that emergency personnel came on board after the plane landed. Gaulding remained in St. Louis while the plane continued to Kansas City.
SS Green Light Racing stated that after arriving at the track, Gaulding went to the infield care center and was not cleared to drive Friday. Gaulding will be re-evaluated Saturday. J.J. Yeley drove the car for Gaulding in practice Friday.
While on the way to Kansas Speedway, Gray Gaulding experienced a suspected allergic reaction. Upon visiting the infield care center, doctors did not clear him to compete today. He will be re-evaluated Saturday morning. J. J. Yeley will practice the car for final Xfinity practice.— SS GreenLight Racing (@SSGLR0708) October 18, 2019