Trumpster Brian France, Nascar King, Busted for Drugs

56-year-old arrested and held overnight on Long Island France part of family that dominates Nascar

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Nascar’s CEO, Brian France, was arrested on Sunday night for driving while intoxicated and criminal possession of a controlled substance, according to police.

The 56-year-old was held overnight and released on Monday morning, according to police in Sag Harbor Village on New York’s Long Island. “Mr France was observed operating a 2017 Lexus northbound on Main Street failing to stop at a duly posted stop sign,” read a police statement. “Upon traffic stop, it was determined that Mr France was operating said vehicle in an intoxicated condition. Upon search of his person, due to a lawful arrest, Mr France was in possession of oxycodone pills.”

“We are aware of an incident that occurred last night and are in the process of gathering information. We take this as a serious matter and will issue a statement after we have all of the facts,” Nascar said in a statement.
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  1. I’m looking forward to sponsors demanding the Brian enter NASCAR’ “Road to Recovery” plan.
    2012 ” Two days later he was given a random drug test at Kentucky Speedway. He failed the test and was suspended the following week before the July 7 race at Daytona.

    Allmendinger was suspended indefinitely after a test on his B sample also was positive. He has entered NASCAR’s Road to Recovery rehabilitation program and was released last week by Penske Racing.

    Allmendinger told ESPN that neither NASCAR nor its drug testing team from the Aegis Sciences Corp. lab in Nashville, Tenn., would tell him the specific substance he tested positive for until after his B sample was tested on July 24. They told him only that he had tested positive for amphetamine, Allmendinger said. “

  2. As JohnZ said “will he get off with a slap on the wrist?” Of course he will. We have a two tier justice system; one for us and the other for the rich, powerful and connected. I do disagree with his statement that “Not that I give a rat’s azz as I don’t watch that crap anyway. Buncha hill billies driving around in circles promoting chewing tobacco to ignorant, stupid young boys, who for some reason identify with these clowns.” It used to be that way with Fireball Roberts, Junior Johnson, Cale Yarborough, etc. but those days are long gone. Now it stocked with a bunch of pretty boys from the Northeast, the Northwest and other scattered areas. There are not many “hillbillies” left, but like John, I don’t waste my time to watch it either.

    • @johnz, after trumpy tv ad revenues flatten, i’m certain sports media is cooking up some nude products. it’ll take tee bee by storm.

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