A.J. Allmendinger: Game Over, Penske Needs to Dump Him
The temporary suspension of A.J. Allmendinger for violating NASCAR's substance-abuse policy may have been due to that extra cup of nighttime sleep medicine, but it appears to be much more serious with the swift action taken by the sanctioning body.
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#1 Jul 9, 2012
Let's not try to crucify Allmendinger until his b sample comes back. This article is another example the propaganda spewed by this writer who is trying to get into the na$car media. Bleacher report has become a propaganda site for Nascar's up and coming "writers".
#2 Jul 10, 2012
"the sanctioning body"? A nice way of saying the fat boobs who make up the rules as they go.
Since: Dec 06
#3 Jul 10, 2012
His B sample will test positive too. If it doesnt the entire NA$CAR testing procedure is flawed, and Nascar looks stupid. Nascar isnt going to let that happen.
#4 Jul 10, 2012
They should do drug and IQ tests on the "sanctioning body", good chance they're brain dead.
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