The Jeremy Mayfield suspension revealed one chink in NASCAR's shiny new drug-testing armor: The secrecy has got to go.
NASCAR on Saturday morning will host a mandatory meeting with its teams at Dover International Speedway, which multiple industry sources say will lay out the sanctioning body's new drug policy.
NASCAR president Brian France has appointed a group of company officials to an interim committee that will study the sport's drug policy, vice president of communications Jim Hunter said Friday.
Notoriously reactive NASCAR got proactive with its drug-testing policy. And that's a very good thing, writes Marty Smith.