Further to the press release dated October 7, having given the competitor, whose anti-doping sample proved positive, time to respond to both a request to have the "B" sample analysed or to respond to the charge of being under the influence of a banned substance, namely marijuana (cannabis), the Speedway Control Bureau have received a response.

The competitor does not require the "B" sample to be tested and admits the offence. The SCB will at their meeting, Tuesday December 9, determine the penalties to be imposed. In the meantime the competitor, James Horton, a Peterborough Conference League member, has been suspended with immediate effect pending the SCB hearing.

 

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