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Jermey Mayfield #19 Tisk, Tisk

LONG POND, PA - JUNE 08:  Jeremy Mayfield, driver of the #36, 360 OTC Toyota, looks on during qualifying for the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series Pocono 500 at the Pocono Raceway on June 8, 2007 in Long Pond, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Todd Warshaw/Getty Images)
Austin FarissContributor IOctober 20, 2016

Jermey Mayfiled is still riding the roller coaster of the drug tests that were administered a few months back.  For those who've been under a rock, Mayfield tested positive for methamphatimiens and 30 minutes later tested negative.  Mayfield was suspended from auto racing indefinetly.  A few days later, another test showed that Mayfield tested positive for the drug.  He then brought allegations out on his step mother of her murdering his father.  When I heard this alleged statement, I thought, "If it was true why is it just now coming out?"  If you ask me, Mayfield is covering his tracks and trying to change the subject.  But Mr. Mayfield, it didn't work so go get cleaned up, go into rehab and hope you can still race in the future.    

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