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AJ Allmendinger has been suspended indefinitely by NASCAR for failing a random drug test. Allmendinger had requested that his B sample be tested, following an announcement by NASCAR that he had tested postive for a banned substance.
What substance Allmendinger tested positive for is still unknown. Tara Ragan, the vice-president of Walldinger Racing, stated that the driver had tested positive for a “banned stimulant” which was “within nanograms of accepted standards.”
The next set of moves by Allmendinger may ultimately determine the future of his racing career.
If Allmendinger aggressively pursues NASCAR over the failed test many will quickly link him to Jermey Mayfield. Mayfield was suspended by NASCAR in July 2009 after testing positive for methamphetamine. Mayfield still claims he is innocent to this day but the reality is Mayfield’s days behind the wheel of a Sprint Cup car are long over. While this is an option for Allmendinger, it’s an unlikely one if he does desire to...
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A.J Allmendinger’s B test came back positive for the same banned substance as his original failed test which occurred during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series weekend at Kentucky.
The following statement was made on Allmendinger's website:
Charlotte, NC (July 24, 2012)-
Aegis Analytical Laboratories in Nashville has delivered the results of the “B” sample test for Penske...
A.J Allmendinger has been suspended indefinitely by NASCAR after failing a random drug test. After a day of questions some answers are starting to come to the surface.
Business Manager Tara Ragan previously stated that Allmendinger’s postive test was just nanograms over the limit, a statement which was dismissed by NASCAR’s David Higdon who said that not only did Allmendinger...
A.J Allmendinger’s B sample has come back positive for a banned substance. Allmendinger’s failed drug test occurred during the weekend of the June 30th race at Kentucky Speedway.
Penske Racing released the following statement on it’s website:
In accordance with NASCAR’s Substance Abuse Policy, Penske Racing was notified today of AJ Allmendinger’s positive B sample...
Yesterday after AJ Allmendinger’s B test came back positive, by NASCARS rule book Allmendinger was suspended indefinitely until he completes NASCARS “Road to Recovery” program.
Today it was released that AJ will take part in the program starting immediately.
Below is the statement from VP of Walldinger Racing, Tara Ragan.
Charlotte, NC (July 25, 2012)
“While we await...
For AJ Allmendinger; driver of the #22 Pennzoil Dodge for Penske Racing life is still hanging in the balance. Allmendinger had an “A” sample drug test come back positive for a “stimulant” just hours before the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona. A.J Allmendinger was temporarily suspended and replaced in the car by driver Sam Hornish Jr. Allmendinger also missed the race at Loudon...