January 21, 2019

Kyle Busch’s Fiancee

If you didn’t already dislike NASCAR driver Kyle Busch then I think this little diddy will push you right over the edge into pure hatred. Kyle “King Douche” Busch is engaged to 24-year-old bombshell Samantha Sarcinella and two are set to be married New Year’s Eve in Chi-Town. Not only is Samantha a beauty she also has a degree in Psychology from Purdue and is now working on her master’s degree in organizational psychology through Austin Peay. I have never done this before and I will never do it again, but congratulations Kyle!

Samanta Sarcinella pictures:

Samantha Sarcinella

Samantha Sarcinella

Samantha Sarcinella

Danica Double Time

Word around the garages is it’s only a matter of time until Danica Patrick is announced as a new team member of JR Motorsports. JR Motorsports is the Nationwide Series operation owned by none other than Dale Earnhardt Jr. It has been reported Patrick will sign a two-year contract and will race in as many Nationwide Series events as possible since she is still racing full-time in the Indy Racing League. The partnership should make its track debut next February at historic Daytona Speedway. This is a very smart move by Little E and NASCAR to bring Danica Patrick into the fold. She will sell major merchandise and will bring more eyeballs to a sport that has been dwindling in viewership in the last few years.

Mayfield Mud Slinging Continues

The Jeremy Mayfield saga continues unravel with more and more bizarre news and accusations and the latest coming earlier today. Mayfield who was suspended a few months ago from NASCAR for allegedly smoking crystal meth has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against his stepmother Lisa Mayfield over the death of his father. Mayfield and his legal team filed the suit late last week in North Carolina Superior Court. The lawsuit doesn’t state specifically how his stepmother was involved in the death of Terry Mayfield, but claims her “intentional actions” were a key role in his death. The investigation performed by police stated Terry Mayfield died from a suicidal gunshot to his chest, but it seems Jeremy thinks his stepmother is the culprit. This story has already been an ugly one for the Mayfield family, but it could get a lot worse before there is resolution.

Mayfield’s On Drugs

NASCAR’s most unlikely suspect – Jeremy Mayfield was suspended indefinitely after failing a random drug test last week.

According to ESPN – Mayfield is the first driver affected by NASCAR’s new random drug testing policy and he says he took Claritin D, which is an over-the-counter allergy drug that contains pseudoephedrine, a substance banned by most sports. This along with a prescription drug caused the postive result according to Mayfield. NASCAR’s substance abuse policy administrator says, that that is not even plausible.

If Mayfield violated NASCAR’s substance abuse policy, then fine suspended him. This sport is way to dangerous to have someone hopped up on drugs operating a vehicle at 200 mph with 42 others people right at their side.

But get this, the drivers are not provided a list of banned substances. The NFL, NBA, MLB, PGA Tour and NCAA each make available public lists in their drug testing policies.

Dr. Charles Yesalis, a Penn State professor who has testified before Congress on performance-enhancing drugs states “That alone to me is ludicrous. That just kind of violates your sense of fair play. The drivers don’t have a union, but if somebody did that to me I’d go get myself a nasty lawyer. What if somebody in management or ownership doesn’t like you? They can use that as a weapon against you.” (espn.com)

NASCAR will not release what test Mayfield failed.

If it turns out that this is a “false positive” NASCAR will have to call the black flag on itself.