“As you can imagine, we are devastated about what happened yesterday on track, but are hopeful that our friend and teammate Memo will make a full recovery. We want to thank the safety team at Daytona International Speedway for being so diligent in getting Memo out of the car safely and to the hospital. Memo is receiving excellent care from the staff and doctors at Halifax Health. We want to thank everyone for the messages, thoughts and prayers for Memo."
Statement from Alex Gurney, co-driver of the No. 99 GAINSCO Corvette Prototype:
“We're extremely relieved that our friend Memo is recovering. That was one scary crash that could have had a much worse outcome. We were able to see him and speak with him this morning. He is one tough guy, and he's going to pull through this. I told him to take the rest of the day off."
Statement from Jon Fogarty, co-driver of the No. 99 GAINSCO Corvette Prototype:
“I was able to talk to Memo this morning, and it's great to see that he's in good spirits. His positive attitude and physical fitness will be a huge asset in his recovery. I am just super grateful that he is OK and getting better, that is all that matters."
Statement from Darren Law, co-driver of the No. 99 GAINSCO Corvette Prototype:
“I am happy that my friend Memo will make a full recovery. It was a hard hit, and it is a testament to safety of the car, our team that built it, and the safety advances of the series that he was able to come of out of it like he did.“
Statement from Andy Jordan, Senior Vice President of Marketing for GAINSCO Insurance:
“On behalf of everyone in the GAINSCO family, we are keeping Memo in our thoughts and prayers."