MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Austin Wayne Self has issued an apology after he was suspended by NASCAR Monday for failing a random drug test. Self, who races in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series for AM Racing, will have to go through the Road to Recovery program before he’ll be allowed to return to NASCAR competition. “To each of my fans, team partners, crew members, and fellow NASCAR members, I ask for your grace and understanding in this difficult season of adversity, and ask that you would accept my apology for what has happened,” Self said in his statement. “It is an honor to be involved in a premier sport so great as ours, and I am truly crushed for what has happened. “It has been incredibly disheartening since learning of the results from the random drug test taken earlier this season at Daytona, through our sanctioning body, and for the news announced today. “The news and positive results have caught me as a surprise. Being a driver, I am expected to be a steward for our sport – someone who pays attention to even the most minute of details, just as our race team does with our trucks in competition. Moving forward,… Read full this story
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