Expert: NASCAR lacks banned-drugs list
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A prominent authority on drug testing says the indefinite suspension of Sprint Cup driver Jeremy Mayfield further enhances his belief that the sport needs to provide a public list of banned substances to protect itself legally.
Mayfield on Saturday became the first Cup driver suspended for violating the substance abuse policy.
Sources close to the situation said Mayfield claims he took Claritin D, an over-the-counter allergy drug that contains ...
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