Jeff spent 4 years in the 1980s racing Enduro Stock Cars, which he says are the ‘lowest, cheapest, and by far the most aggressive division in short track stock car racing.’ Back then, drivers were allowed to crash into each other going 100 km/hr. Add on years of hockey and a car collision, and that’s a lot of hits to the head. Read Jeff’s story about living with Traumatic Brain Injury.
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