Nationwide Crew Member, Suspended for Drug Use
According to NASCAR officials, Good has been suspended for violating the substance abuse policy of the 2009 NASCAR rule book. The sanctioning body however did not reveal the substance used by the crew member.
"Robert Good, a crew member for the No. 26 team in the Nationwide Series, has been indefinitely suspended from NASCAR for violating the sanctioning body's substance abuse policy," NASCAR said in a press release.
"Good violated Sections 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing) and 7-5 (violation of the NASCAR substance abuse policy) of the 2009 NASCAR rule book. Good's violation came on Oct. 9."
Good's suspension is however somewhat insignificant when compared to the one imposed to JC France. The grandson of Bill France, founder of NASCAR has been suspended from Grand American Road Racing series, after he got arrested on DUI and drug related charges. As you can see, the body was unforgiving even with the son of the man who founded Grand Am.
"Grand Am has issued a penalty notice and suspended JC indefinitely from all competition for actions detrimental to racing. The penalty is not appealable. JC is being treated like any other competitor. His suspension is immediate and indefinite,” NASCAR reacted to JC's arrest.