He bought the ex-John Bradshaw Project GTST Skyline but it soon became apparent that it would take more than just two people to run a car so it was sold on. We took the car along to Santa Pod for some RWYB action and it soon became apparent that we had one quick street car as on its first ever pass it ran a ten, and by the end of the day we got it down into the low 9. We were invited to USC where we were invited to make demo runs but the car suffered a fire as it went across the finish line.
No such list exists for the drivers Drug Policy: NASCAR can ask for samples of urine, blood, saliva, hair or breath tests if "reasonable suspicion" of drug use has been established. A number of NASCAR officials are trained to take and seal samples for testing, and all are versed in detecting signs of impairment.
NASCAR reserves the right to suspend a competitor based on a conviction for driving a passenger vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or a drug-related conviction. Competitors and officials are prohibited from consuming alcohol prior to or during a race. If a person fails a drug test and wants to return to racing, he or she must submit to a series of spot testing.
The person being tested must pay for the examinations. NASCAR does not recommend specific rehabilitation programs but strongly encourages self-help and treatment for those afflicted with a drug problem or alcohol abuse.
Hess was given an indefinite suspension for violation of Sections Casto was working for Stewart-Haas Racing at the time of his suspension. He will also handle these duties on an interim basis until further notice. The year veteran crew chief won the Sprint Cup championship with Dale Jarrett and most recently oversaw the 43 Ford team and driver Aric Almirola.
Parrott has been with RPM since He has 31 Sprint Cup wins. Ebert will fulfill this role on an interim basis for the remainder of the season. Ebert has served in the role of car chief of the 43 Ford for the past two seasons and has been a car chief with RPM since its inception.
Ebert replaces Todd Parrott who is no longer with the organization. Parrott declined to reveal what banned substance he took. The Road to Recovery program was really helpful to me in getting my priorities reset away from the race track.
And, honestly, that helped find my love of racing again and why I began racing in the first place. The driver said last week that the positive test resulted from prescription Adderal that he was given by the friend of a friend two days before he was randomly tested at Kentucky Speedway on June Adderall is administered medically to control symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
However, the source told ESPN. And while Adderall contains compounds of amphetamines, experts in the field say there are other prescription drugs and illegal drugs that contain the same compounds. Allmendinger, according to the source, also did not reveal to the medical review officer during standard questioning given before the random test that he took anything given to him by another person that possibly could register a positive test.
See more at ESPN. Adderall is typically prescribed for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, Allmendinger said. He does not have ADHD and therefore had no prescription. A friend, Allmendinger said, handed him a pill and stated it was a workout supplement that would give him energy.
Allmendinger ingested the pill. Two days later he was randomly-tested at the racetrack, a test he would ultimately fail. He said neither NASCAR nor its drug testing team from Nashville-based Aegis Labs would inform him of the specific substance in question until after the B Sample was tested July 24, only that he had tested positive for amphetamine.
It was not until he was informed it was Adderall that he traced it back to that night in Kentucky. He said he does not abuse Adderall, rather that he took it just once. NASCAR is sticking to its policy of not disclosing the specific substances that cause positive drug tests.
Series President Mike Helton said Thursday that even though the rulebook allows series officials to disclose which drugs a competitor has tested positive for, he does not intend to stray from the long-standing policy of keeping those results private.
Helton cited federal privacy laws as one reason the series has not publicly said what caused A. NASCAR has not provided details of the test and has said only that the two urine samples tested positive for the same substance.
Allmendinger was suspended hours before the July 7 race and is now serving an indefinite suspension after his backup "B" sample also tested positive this week.
Allmendinger has said he did not knowingly ingest a banned substance, and has hired an independent laboratory in an attempt to figure out how he tested positive.NASCAR broadcaster Wendy Venturini, who was struck by a car while running June 23 in Novato, California, provided an update on her Facebook page a month into her recovery.
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