Jeremy Mayfield is asking a U.S. District Court judge to reconsider his ruling that dismissed Mayfield's claims against NASCAR over a May 2009 drug test that NASCAR said was positive for methamphetamines.Full Story
#21 Aug 13, 2010
VOR, Sorry to take so long to get back. I stay real busy at work. You are correct in that the LTD was not a NASCAR regular. My 67 two door looks like a aircraft carrier. Show show nice at the next Street Rod Nationals in Louisville next year. You may have heard that the Kentucky Speedway is getting a race next year (July 9). The Speedway is off of I-71 at the 58 mile marker. I live off of the 22 mile marker so it has been easy for me to make all the previous races. It goes without saying that my buddy, Jeremy, will miss out. It's funny and sometimes sad to read heated words, and in some cases, hateful words about Jeremy. Just not necessary but that's part of the human imperfection. He made a big mistake and put himself in a position that make it impossible to make a come back. I wish I had been his PR Manager. After spending 10 years in the Legislature, I know a thing or two about the proper way to conduct one's affairs. Sure wish I had been in his corner. VOR what driver TOPIX site should I start reading. I know you target the suspects when necessary. Take care and come on over to Kentucky next year. Should be a sellout. Combat Vet.
#22 Aug 13, 2010
they should all race on meth...the Meth 500!!!
#23 Aug 25, 2010
There are so many myth driven stories and excuses and ideas to dodge drug tests that it is more like a fairy tale than anything.
Working in the health sector as a civilian and in Navy Medicine as a reservist (corpsman) one fact that I learned was ... drug tests ARE accurate .. a user of cocaine can be identified as using medicinal cocaine (Elvis swabbed his nasal passages with liquid cocaine) or that their sample came from a drug lab...
If some one has eaten a poppy seed roll there CAN be a positive shown .. but when that happens .. then "drug specific" tests are run to discount the food driven false positive.
One writer spoke of Tim Richmond ... lets not put him on a pedestal other than the fact he was a good driver as is Jeremy Mayfield. He did succumb to AIDS driven problems .... his mechanism of contracting it is none of our concern but we have to look at all factors and one area is the sharing of contaminated drug paraphenalia... Who knows for sure...
People who are wrong will in any manner available dodge, shift and in all ways possible contrive to shift the blame never truly admitting to the problem at hand but in some vague and vaporous way taking the blame to some lesser entity ... case in point .. Pete Rose .. he WAS dirty
Lets forget about all the hoopla and how it keeps him in the limelight .. let Mayfield fight his battle and put our attention to better use ... cheer for a winner ... find a real roll model and back him .
Jerry .... Ohio
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