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NASCAR Suspends Crew Member for Violating Substance Abuse Policy

NASCAR announced on Sept. 30 that William Coralline, a crew member in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, has been suspended indefinitely  for violating the sanctioning body’s Substance Abuse Policy. Coralline’s violation was found by NASCAR officials on September 24th.

At the time the violation was found, Coralline was working as a crew member for the No. 55 team in the Nationwide Series, though he more regularly worked in the Camping World Truck Series. In addition to the violation of the NASCAR Substance Abuse Policy, Coralline was also found to be in violations against Section 12-1 of the NASCAR Rule Book (actions detrimental to stock car racing).

In order to return to NASCAR competition, Coralline would need to complete the sanctioning body’s Road to Recovery program.

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A Frontstretch rookie in 2014, Ashley acts as super sub for different columnists while contributing to our free e-newsletter each week as a news reporter. Residing in Canada, she freelances for a number of racing publications, from SpeedwayMedia.com to On Pit Road while covering local short tracks up in Ontario.

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