NASCAR » ADHD drug to blame, says Allmendinger


Suspended Sprint Cup driver AJ Allmendinger has revealed that a prescription drug for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder caused his positive drugs test result last month.

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KGBVD - Unregistered

August 08, 2012 8:15 PM

Complete and utter horse crap.

Someone, a "friend of a friend" offers you a pill on a night out, and we are supposed to believe that you thought it was an "energy pill"?? Was it labelled RedBull? No? Maybe you should have had a coffee. Idiot.

ADD drugs are used recreationally to improve focus, concentration, and communication. Sounds EXACTLY like the kind of performance enhancing drug a racing driver would want to be on (just like how Sterling Moss was hopped up on coke the whole time)!

A.J., just admit that you were on the PERFORMANCE ENHANCING drug, and move on. You don't need to be the next Thomas Enge. Get help, get clean and come back. Denial helps NO ONE!

John Himes - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 12:20 AM

I would like 2 know if your friend and "friend of a friend" will back up your story? If that is what really happened did you ask him why he would knowingly give you something that you would get in Trouble for? (SOME FRIEND)

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