By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to Street Outlaws star James “Doc” Love, he was released from an Ohio hospital on Sunday. He said he now has a clean bill of health.
However, while he was in the hospital, it was scary, as Love said that he suffered a heart attack. In addition, he said that he had to undergo surgery and that the doctors had to put three stints near his heart.
According to the Texas Heart Institute, he is supposed to rest and relaxation. They report that “a return to all of your normal activities, including work, may take a few weeks to 2 or 3 months, depending on your condition.”
Love hinted that he will be at GALOT Motorsports Park this upcoming weekend in Benson, North Carolina. The series will be racing there on Friday, October 12th, and Saturday, October 13th.
However, he did not say if he will be racing or just there to sign autographs and meet with fans.
He missed the No Prep Kings event at Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio that happened on Friday, October 5th and Saturday, October 6th. Ryan Martin in his “Fireball” Camaro won the event.
If Love is not able to race at GALOT Motorsports Park, he will have one last chance to race at the Texas Motorplex in Ennis, Texas at the end of October. The show will be there on Friday, October 26th, and Saturday, October 27th.
Doc drives “The Street Beast,” which is a 1970 Chevy Monte Carlo. He says it’s “set on kill for anyone brave enough to challenge him.”
Love has been as high as No. 1 on the Oklahoma Top 10 list. The Street Beast has a 706 Cubic Inch Big Block Chevy Engine with a Turbo 400 Ace Racing Transmission. In addition, it is mounted with three Monte Smith Nitrous Kits.