Jeremy and Shana Mayfield are considering selling Mayfield Motorsports team due to a lack of funds as the result of his failed drug test and subsequent suspension. In addition to the costs of his lawsuit over NASCAR’s drug policy, Mayfield also faces a lawsuit over $86,000 he allegedly owes to Triad Racing Technologies.
Mayfield Motorsports Inc. crew chief of the No. 41 Toyota Tony Furr rescinded earlier comments that JJ Yeley would replace Jeremy Mayfield in the car, while Mayfield serves his suspension for failing a drug test. Shana Mayfield said no decision has been made, but she indicated that Yeley was on the list of drivers. Todd […]
Following the suspension of driver/owner Jeremy Mayfield, JJ Yeley has been named as the driver of Mayfield Motorsports Inc.’s No. 41 Toyota. The team indicated that Yeley was selected because he is “hungry” and is available for all of the races, keeping the team from having to change drivers.
Jeremy Mayfield will return to Sprint Cup competition full time in 2009, driving the No. 41 Toyota for his own team, Mayfield Motorsports. MM is a joint venture between Mayfield and Gary Smith, Chairman and CEO of All Sport Inc., which will sponsor Mayfield’s entry. All Sport body quencher is a sports drink. Mayfield attributed […]