You know you can't help but turn on the news these days and hear some known celebrity in the world of high profile sports doing some type of drug use. The latest news has rocked the NASCAR community when driver AJ Allmendinger was suspended last week after failing a random drug test.
It was announced this last weekend, shortly before the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona, that A.J. Allmendinger was suspended for failing a drug test. Details of Allmendinger’s case are still to come, and he can appeal his suspension, or meet guidelines set by NASCAR and eventually ret…
Saturday nights NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Daytona International Speedway had to be some of the most exciting racing in all of the 2012 season so far. Especially the last lap, and at the end of the Coke Zero 400 it was a checkered flag for Tony Stewart.
Driver of the number 22 Penske Dodge, A.J. Allmendinger has been suspended by NASCAR for failing a drug test given earlier this week. He was replaced at the last minute by Sam Hornish Jr. in the Coke Zero 400 Saturday in Daytona.
Racing in a back up car, Brad Keselowski got his third victory of the 2012 season winning the Quaker State 400 Saturday night in Kentucky. That’s his seventh career win in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Toyota/Save Mart 350 race at Sanoma Sunday afternoon was #15 Clint Bowyer in a Toyota. Tony Stewart finished second, followed by Kurt Busch third both in Chevrolets.
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