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Should NASCAR Penalize Drivers For Off-Track Disobedience?

This week, for a second straight week, another driver has a brush with the law. A.J. Allmendinger, driver of the No. 44 Dodge for Richard Petty Motorsports, was pulled over on early Thursday morning. Allmendinger reportedly blew a .08 on the breathalyzer test, which is the legal limit in the state of North Carolina. This comes a week after NASCAR driver and owner Michael Waltrip hit a motorcycler in his car last week. Police expected that alcohol was involved and Waltrip blew a .06 on the breathalyzer test. These incidents are embarrassments to the sport of NASCAR. Should NASCAR police there drivers for off-track incidents? I believe that they should. This is two weeks in a row and these drivers are adults. Waltrip obviously didn't learn...

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