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Mayfield's (#J2) Dirt Late Model is adorned with the "Take It Back" campaign, which references the fact he's taking back his "life and overall love of racing."(Chattanoogan)(10-9-2014) Mayfield adamant he didn't use drugs: Jeremy Mayfield has learned never to say never but it appears that any chance of him returning to NASCAR racing is slim as he remains adamant that he did not use methamphetamine and does not need to go through NASCAR's Road to Recovery program. But this will be different than Mayfield's past interviews with Sporting News. Fans can hear Mayfield's story in his own words and make their own decisions about how they view the former NASCAR star.

In an hour-long interview Wednesday with Sporting News, Mayfield covered a wide range of topics that stemmed from his 2009 drug test that NASCAR says was positive for methamphetamines. The only driver to openly fight his suspension over a violation of the sport's substance-abuse policy, Mayfield remains suspended from all NASCAR activity.

Theresa has neither admitted nor denied romantic involvement with Menard as she remains a very private person.

Mayfield will serve no jail time, but will have to pay ,124.41 in restitution to the victims.Dave Moody of MRN and Sirius/XM summed up the feelings of most NASCAR fans with this post last week. Teresa Earnhardt is supposed to be the caretaker of Earnhardt’s name and legacy. Teresa sued over Kerry’s use of the Earnhardt name and filed an appeal in federal court over a U. Patent and Trademark Office ruling that denied her challenge to the "Earnhardt Collection" trademark.Though Dale Earnhardt was known as a hard-nosed competitor and “The Intimidator,” he was known away from the track for having a big heart.

Mayfield will serve no jail time, but will have to pay ,124.41 in restitution to the victims.

Dave Moody of MRN and Sirius/XM summed up the feelings of most NASCAR fans with this post last week.

Teresa Earnhardt is supposed to be the caretaker of Earnhardt’s name and legacy.

Teresa sued over Kerry’s use of the Earnhardt name and filed an appeal in federal court over a U. Patent and Trademark Office ruling that denied her challenge to the "Earnhardt Collection" trademark.

Though Dale Earnhardt was known as a hard-nosed competitor and “The Intimidator,” he was known away from the track for having a big heart.

Earnhardt, who was killed in the 2001 Daytona 500, was one of the most successful drivers in NASCAR history.