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NASCAR: Suspended driver calls radio show to confront Brian France


Suspended NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield called in to confront NASCAR CEO Brian France on a radio show Tuesday night. Mayfield, who spent more than three years fighting a NASCAR-imposed suspension after he tested positive for metamphetamines, placed a surprising call to Motor Racing Network's NASCAR Live show hosted by Eli Gold to confront France who was in the studio. "I thought I ...
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NASCAR: Suspended driver calls radio show to confront Brian France
Suspended NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield called in to confront NASCAR CEO Brian France on a radio show Tuesday night. Mayfield, who spent more than three years fighting a NASCAR-imposed suspension after ...

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