Roush Fenway Racing's Trevor Bayne has been released from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. after being admitted last week for testing and evaluation.
The 20-year old Daytona 500 winner will continue to be monitored closely by the Mayo Clinic team.
He is expected to return to his NASCAR racing duties with both Roush Fenway Racing in the Nationwide Series and the Wood Brothers in the Sprint Cup Series this season.
He will not, however, be in the No. 16 Roush Fenway Nationwide Series entry this weekend at Darlington Raceway. Chris Buescher will again take Bayne's place in the No. 16 Ford.
No timeframe has been set for Bayne's return at this point.
"Trevor Bayne was seen by a team of Mayo Clinic specialists where he underwent a series of tests and consultations over the last week," Mayo Clinic neurologist Dr. Brian Crum said in a statement released by Roush Fenway. "He was admitted after suffering from nausea, fatigue and vision impairment. Since his admission, the nausea and fatigue have abated, and the vision impairment continues to be treated with medication, and is showing significant improvement.
"This symptom appears to be the result of an inflammatory condition. Further assessments will be made over the next couple of weeks. His condition is not life threatening or career-ending. We expect he will continue to improve, though the timeframe for his return to racing is unknown at this point. He will continue to be followed closely by his Mayo Clinic team."
Team officials are unsure of Bayne's status for next week's Nationwide Series race at Dover International Speedway but are hopeful for his return for that race.