Tyler Dippel, who was indefinitely suspended by NASCAR on Friday after he was charged with possessing a controlled substance, has had his misdemeanour charges dropped. NASCAR reinstated him later in the day.
With just two days before the Truck Series’ annual trip to Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Tyler Dippel has been suspended indefinitely by NASCAR. Specifics of his suspension and a replacement driver have not been revealed.
D.J. Kennington will pilot Spire Motorsports’ #77 at Martinsville.