Feb 5, 2014
NASCAR: Cheaters can still keep wins
There's too much irony in NASCAR's latest upgrade of its rules and penalties to not mention that the flagged winner of the very first Sprint Cup race in 1949 was disqualified for cheating.
Mayfield co-defendant sentenced
A Hickory man charged along with former NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield in relation to stolen trucks and furniture pleaded guilty Thursday to misdemeanor larceny.
Tuesday's motors roundup: Former NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield convicted, is placed on probation
He's been placed on unsupervised probation for 18 months. He also was ordered to pay more than $88,000 in restitution and $1,100 in fines and other costs.
Jeremy Mayfield scores legal victory, but could he return to NASCAR?
Yes, he pleaded guilty to three misdemeanors and while he has been convicted, he is a lot better off than the man who faced 21 felony charges across three North Carolina counties since the Nov. 1, 2011 search of his home.