Indy car legend A.J. Foyt survived another attack by Africanized killer bees while working on his ranch in West Texas on Wednesday. The Verizon IndyCar series team owner and retired driver with more Indy car race wins (67) than anyone was treated at a local hospital and released once his system had stabilized. Unfortunately, this most recent attack will cause Foyt to miss this weekend’s Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring, where he was to be inducted into its hall of fame tonight and serve as grand marshal of the historic 12-hour endurance race on Saturday. Foyt’s last major victory as a driver was the 1985 12 Hours of Sebring. The car he co-drove to that victory with Bob Wollek is scheduled to be at the race. “I’m very sorry I can’t be there because I was really looking forward to this weekend,” said Foyt, who is expected to make a full recovery. “I was doing some work on my ranch out west and got attacked by killer bees. I look like I had a fight with Mike Tyson and lost. Right now, I’m on so much medication that I’m not feeling that great so I’ll take the doctors’ advice to rest for the next couple days.” Foyt, 83, told Robin Miller of RACER.com that he angered the bees when he knocked over a tree on his property with a bulldozer. He was stung in the face, eyes and neck as he tried to escape in a pickup truck. Foyt was attacked by killer bees in August 2005 when he sustained more than 200 stingers in his head alone. By all accounts, this attack was more severe and more dangerous because he had been sensitized to bee stings from the first encounter.