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NASCAR drivers coming up clean in first round of drug testing

   

   By Mike Mulhern

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   DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.
   NASCAR's drivers have come up clean during the first round of drug tests, but not so with some crewmen, and Kevin Harvick says two of his crewmen didn't pass the test.
   "I wasn't pleased with a couple of the results in our team," Harvick said of his KHI operation, which is separate from his day-job as Cup driver for Richard Childress.
   "We had a couple of people who didn't do well.
   "But the new drug policy has cleaned a lot of things up.
   "The pit crew guys have known this was coming….so I don't have any tolerance for that part of it. We give them one chance, they have a 30-day period, and then they have another test."
   How many NASCAR crewmen on other team might have flunked the drug tests isn't clear.
  "There are definitely more out there," Harvick said.
   "This (drug testing) couldn't come at a better time. There are a lot of people out there looking for jobs who are good straight-up people."

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