Found August 01, 2012 on Tireball.com:
A.J Allmendinger has been released from his Penske Racing contract. Allmendinger failed a random drug test on July 7th and was suspended temporarily for races at Daytona and Loudon. His “B” sample was tested and also came back positive only days prior to the race at Indianapolis Motor speedway. Allmendinger was indefinitely suspended upon the results by NASCAR. Sam Hornish Jr. drove the No. 22 Shell/Pennzoil Dodge for the those races and will also be in the car for this weekends race at Pocono. After a conversation between team owner Roge Penske and Allmendinger it was announced that the two would part ways. Allmendinger is taking part in NASCAR’s “Road to Recovery” but the timetable for reinstatement by The following was posted on Allmendinger’s website. ”Effective today, I have been released from Penske Racing as driver of the No. 22 Dodge Charger. I wish to thank Mr. Penske, Penske Racing, their sponsors, and especially all the of the No. 22 team for the opportunity they ...
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