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Jun 17, 2019

Daytona 200-Winning Team Owner Michelle Lindsay Recovering Quickly Following Surgery To Remove Cancerous Tumor

Michelle A. Lindsay. Photo by Myles Wilson.

Michelle Lindsay, owner of TOBC Racing, which has won multiple Daytona 200 races, is recovering quickly after undergoing surgery on June 14 in Falls Church, Virginia, to remove a pancreatic cancer tumor, according to a post on Facebook made by her husband Myles Wilson.

On June 16, Wilson posted: 

"Updates on my wife Michelle A Lindsay: so she is a week or so ahead of schedule somehow. All drainage and stomach tubes are out and she is on a liquid diet. She has been working very hard toward being able to eat and drink. Spirits are high and she’s barely on any pain meds. I honestly don’t know what to say. Hospital and surgical staff are just kind of in awe at her recovery. I’m sure some of you have done some reading on the Whipple procedure. It’s day two and her body is already doing everything on its own. That’s normally something that takes about two weeks for most."

People wishing to send messages to Lindsay can do so via her Facebook page,, and they may also send cards and flowers to her at Inova Fairfax Hospital, in Falls Church, Virginia. 

Lindsay's TOBC Racing won the Daytona 200 three times (2015, 2017, and 2018) with rider Danny Eslick.

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