Mayfield not at Daytona when garage o...

Mayfield not at Daytona when garage opens

There are 7 comments on the SF Gate story from Jul 2, 2009, titled Mayfield not at Daytona when garage opens. In it, SF Gate reports that:

Car owner Larry Gunselman says his sponsor does not want Jeremy Mayfield to drive the No.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at SF Gate.

Jay

Lake Station, IN

#1 Jul 2, 2009
I agree with a drug policy in nascar for safety!!...but everyone knows about the drinking habits of nascar drivers...If nascar and some of its "holier than thou" drivers want safety...Let them start each race with a simple breathalizer!
orville

Dallas, TX

#2 Jul 2, 2009
He's broke

“IN GOD WE TRUST”

Since: Jun 07

Raleigh

#3 Jul 2, 2009
orville wrote:
He's broke
You're right. And he better hope he wins big with his suit against NASCAR so he can cover his legal fees for the suits against him and paying off those folks. Even though his has the right now, I don't you'll be seeing much of him at the track anymore.
stilla4cardflush

Loami, IL

#4 Jul 3, 2009
I think Nascar should back off on Mayfield. The testing of the samples is flawed. Look up the people that have taken the same thing and had a test come up positive, without being meth users. Nascar should take a look at Dale Jarretts and Dale Jr. concussions, and then Dale Sr. Mountain Dew Southern 500 where he didn't finish a single lap was that a concussion too? Really Nascar how much danger did they put the other drivers in? Do we need affidavits from drivers Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson and Robby Gordon stating they are not willing to put there life at risk driving a race car on a NASCAR track with drivers testing positive for CONCUSSIONS!!! What are the symptoms of a concussion Dale Jr.? Are you still having symptoms Dale Jr.? Well how dare I ask a big time driver this question!!! He puts people in the stands, and money in your pocket, While Jeremy doesn't. And Nascar let them race, and them drivers put the others at risk, for selfish reasons. Come on Jeff, Jimmie and Robby make a stand, protect yourself from drivers who have had concussions!!! Also didn't Jeff Burton lie about having a concussion so that he could race, well YES HE DID!!!
Voice of Reality

Colonial Heights, VA

#5 Jul 3, 2009
Jay wrote:
I agree with a drug policy in nascar for safety!!...but everyone knows about the drinking habits of nascar drivers...If nascar and some of its "holier than thou" drivers want safety...Let them start each race with a simple breathalizer!
Jay, I am sure that you can supply documentation about the drinking habits of the NASCAR drivers that you speak about? Jay, are you a crew person, car owner or boyfriend of a driver? You can never believe a person who uses everybody or nobody in their sentence about who knows what, Jay does not know "Everybody", ergo, Jay is talking from the orifice just South of his dorsal region.

18chick

“Sit on it! ”

Since: Jun 08

Kyle Universe

#6 Jul 3, 2009
stilla4cardflush wrote:
I think Nascar should back off on Mayfield. The testing of the samples is flawed. Look up the people that have taken the same thing and had a test come up positive, without being meth users. Nascar should take a look at Dale Jarretts and Dale Jr. concussions, and then Dale Sr. Mountain Dew Southern 500 where he didn't finish a single lap was that a concussion too? Really Nascar how much danger did they put the other drivers in? Do we need affidavits from drivers Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson and Robby Gordon stating they are not willing to put there life at risk driving a race car on a NASCAR track with drivers testing positive for CONCUSSIONS!!! What are the symptoms of a concussion Dale Jr.? Are you still having symptoms Dale Jr.? Well how dare I ask a big time driver this question!!! He puts people in the stands, and money in your pocket, While Jeremy doesn't. And Nascar let them race, and them drivers put the others at risk, for selfish reasons. Come on Jeff, Jimmie and Robby make a stand, protect yourself from drivers who have had concussions!!! Also didn't Jeff Burton lie about having a concussion so that he could race, well YES HE DID!!!
Having a concussion is different than being high on meth. Who would want to drive with a druggie?
stilla4cardflush

Loami, IL

#8 Jul 11, 2009
18chick wrote:
<quoted text>
Having a concussion is different than being high on meth. Who would want to drive with a druggie?
Same but different, its driving impaired and Burton and Jr. know that or they wouldn't have had to lie about it. That's accused druggie. So you don't see any difference between the 2? Don't they put others at risk? Look up the symptoms of a concussion. The only thing about Jeremy is it hasn't been proven.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Phillip McGilton Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
News Martin Truex Jr.'s No. 78 Car Again Fails Post-... Sep 20 MrTinkertrain24 1
News Could NASCAR victory burnouts be a thing of the... Aug '16 I know dats right 2
News Scopyd Crossbows Backs Whitt's No. 26 (Apr '14) Apr '14 Bobby James 1
News Toyota lands naming rights at famed Daytona (Feb '14) Feb '14 Joe 12
News Clint Bowyer spins boss, but both get top-fives (Jul '13) Feb '14 Whoyakidding 4
News Johnson widens points lead on Kenseth's bad day (Nov '13) Nov '13 WHOYAKIDDING 7
News Michael Waltrip in his biggest fight for survival (Sep '13) Oct '13 Whoyakidding 31
More from around the web