Bayne at Mayo Clinic as doctors analyze mysterious symptoms

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Daytona 500 winner Trevor Bayne no longer believes an insect bite is behind the symptoms that have landed him in the hospital.

Bayne posted on his Twitter page Saturday night that he's still hospitalized and does not think his issues are related to the bite he received in early April.

Roush Fenway Racing announced Thursday that Bayne had been hospitalized for tests. Team owner Jack Roush told the Motor Racing Network that Bayne has been hospitalized at the Mayo Clinic.

The team has released very few details about the 20-year-old.

Bayne was treated after the April 9 race at Texas after experiencing numbness in his arm while driving.


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