Coming off a 24th-place finish at Texas Motor Speedway, Eric McClure and the No. 14 Hefty®/Reynolds Wrap® team headed to Darlington Raceway to try their luck with "The Lady in Black". Despite qualifying 30th, McClure was able to earn a track-best finish of 21st. With this finish, the team advanced one position to 24th in the Owner Standings.
When the green flag fell,...
Eric McClure will join Front Row Motorsports for the Daytona 500.
McClure will compete in the No. 35 Ford Fusion for FRM with sponsorship coming from Hefty/Reynolds Wrap.
“This is an exciting time for me and certainly our sponsoring brands as well,” said McClure. “In our sport, and for my family, there is nothing greater than the Daytona 500 and this opportunity will enhance...
Eric McClure has teamed with Front Row Motorsports for a chance to run the Daytona 500.
McClure will attempt to qualify for next month's season-opening race in the No. 35 Ford Fusion. The car will be sponsored by Hefty/Reynolds Wrap.
McClure has three career Sprint Cup starts, but has never raced in the Daytona 500. He's an 11-year veteran of the Nationwide Series, but...
Via AP on Fox
January 29, 2014
NASCAR driver Eric McClure has been released from an Alabama hospital on Monday, two days after he was injured in a crash at Talladega Superspeedway.
McClure was airflifted to UAB Medical Center in Birmingham following Saturday's crash in the Nationwide Series race at Talladega Superspeedway.
His team said Monday that McClure suffered a concussion and internal bruising in the...
NASCAR driver Eric McClure is stable and alert at a Birmingham hospital after an accident Saturday night at Talladega Superspeedway.
Team spokeswoman Emily Brandt said Sunday that McClure remained under observation at UAB Hospital, where he was undergoing tests.
His wife, Miranda, posted on McClure's Facebook page that the family is ''so thankful that he survived. It...
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May 06, 2012
Driver Eric McClure was reported to be in stable condition and alert Sunday, one day after a late wreck in the Nationwide Series race at Talladega Superspeedway.
McClure was transported to an Alabama hospital by helicopter, but NASCAR officials said he was awake and speaking to medical personnel at that time. He was continuing to undergo tests Sunday at the University of Alabama...
Eric McClure the driver of the #14 Toyota hit the infield wall hard as the NASCAR Nationwide race was nearing it’s end. Video of the incident can be found below. McClure’s roof had to be cut off the car in order to remove him from it. He was running of the lead lap at the time of the accident.
Eric McClure will continue to drive the #14 car at TriStar Motorsports in 2012 according to reports. McClure finished 19th in the final Nationwide standings this past year.
While driving for TriStar in 2011, McClure competed in all 34 events on the Nationwide schedule with a seasons best of 18th at Chicago. Of the numerous drivers who drove for the team in 2011, only McClure and...