NASCAR truck series crewman busted on substance-abuse violation NASCAR has suspended crewman Marshal Faust for substance-abuse policy violations and Red Horse Racing has released Faust from the organization.
Faust will be evaluated by a substance abuse professional, who will determine what he must do to complete NASCAR’s “Road to Recovery” program and be reinstated.
He can still work at a team shop until his reinstatement, but he no longer is with Red Horse Racing, according to a statement from the Camping World Truck Series team.
“Red Horse Racing supports NASCAR Substance Abuse Policy as well as the Road to Recovery Program,” the team said in a statement. “In addition to NASCAR’s testing, Red Horse Racing also has our own quarterly drug testing policy.
“Red Horse Racing has a zero tolerance policy, and Marshal Faust is no longer employed by the team.”
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