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Randy LaJoie suspended indefinitely from NASCAR


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Randy LaJoie Suspended Due To Violation Of NASCAR Substance Abuse Policy

 

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (June 22, 2010) – Randy LaJoie, a crew member for the No. 18 team in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, has been indefinitely suspended from NASCAR for violating the sanctioning body’s substance abuse policy.

 

On June 11, LaJoie was found to have violated Sections 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing) and 19 (violation of the NASCAR substance abuse policy) of the 2010 NASCAR Rule Book.

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As many folks as there are who say "pots no big deal - should be handled like alcohol" one would think that if he wants to blow a joint on HIS time (as long as he ain't working high) it should be okay.

 

But thats NOT what the rules he agreed to follow when he got his card say. I don't see his suspension as one for blowing the joint he admitted to - I see it as he has shown no regard for living up to an agreement he made when he accepted his card.

 

Oh well - he should be able to put this behind him if he is willing to work at it - and change his lifestyle choices.

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he knows the rules .plain and symple ... dont feel sorry for him ..i dont dislike him ..but heck you make the bed you sleep in it .......

And he probably sleept well....lmao

after taking care of the munchies......

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he screwed up. he owned up to it. now he is paying for his stupidity. gonna be hard to regain the trust of the suppliers and distributors if they all think he is a pot head now. its gonna probably cost him a lot more then he thinks. hope the joint was worth it.

hell he probably shared a joint with most of the suppliers ........

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taking the "right/wrong, mj is/is not a big deal" out of this, when Nascar tells you right up front they are going to test you for XYZ substances, how do seemingly smart folks (with a lot to lose) think they are going to get by with stuff like this?

 

It's not like RLj was the first person suspended or that there hasn't been alot of publicity about other people caught up in Nascar drug testing up to now....

 

jay

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