On January 6, 2014, Mayfield was convicted on two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and one count for possessing stolen items, receiving 18 months of unsupervised probation, and was ordered to pay $88,124.41, adding an extra $1,100 in court costs.
What does Jeremy Mayfield do for a living?
Did Jeremy Mayfield do drugs?
Mayfield was suspended by NASCAR in 2009 after it said he twice tested positive for methamphetamine use. He denied illegal drug use, but the suspension was upheld after two appeals. Mayfield was charged after a police raid at his house found stolen property.
Who is the oldest NASCAR driver still driving today?
Norm Benning (January 16, 1952 – Present)
Norm Benning has been competing in NASCAR since 1989 and is the oldest drive who is currently still active in the sport as of 2021. He previously raced in the NASCAR Busch Series and Winston Cup Series and is now competing in the Camping World Truck Series.
Who got kicked out of NASCAR?
Chip Ganassi Racing fired Larson after the incident, which happened during an esport event. In a statement addressing the lifting of his indefinite suspension, Larson, 28, thanked NASCAR and said he was looking ahead. “The work I’ve done over the last six months has had a major impact on me.
Do NASCAR drivers get drug tested?
All NASCAR drivers, at-track crew members and officials must pass a drug test from an approved lab in the 90 days prior to applying for their NASCAR license. NASCAR can ask any member to submit to a drug test at any time for reasonable suspicion and conducts random drug tests on event weekends.
Does Jeff Gordon still own the 48 car?
A journey that began as Gordon/Evernham Motorsports and JG Motorsports in the Busch Series, and eventually transitioned to the Hendrick Motorsports No. 48 in the Cup Series with Jimmie Johnson will reach its intended destination in January when Jeff Gordon officially becomes a co-owner alongside Rick Hendrick.