HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. (WJZY) – Two NASCAR drivers that have been just lately arrested for DWI in Huntersville this month have been suspended indefinitely, officers have confirmed.
NASCAR authorities instructed Nexstar’s WJZY that drivers Chris Hacker and Jason White have been each suspended from NASCAR indefinitely, citing two behavioral conduct requirements from its rulebook.
Each suspensions occurred on Thursday, Aug. 17.
Data present driver Jason Alan White, 44, was arrested the afternoon of Aug. 3, and Huntersville Police information state a DWI arrest on the identical time.
White drove a Toyota for Mooresville-based TRICON Storage within the Craftsman Truck Sequence, the place he positioned forty seventh within the 2023 standings. He additionally had greater than 50 begins within the Xfinity Sequence.
Driver Christopher Hacker, 23, was additionally pulled over by Huntersville Police simply after midnight on Tuesday, Aug. 15, on I-77 North for extreme dashing, in keeping with the police report.
Upon additional investigation, Huntersville Police stated Hacker had been arrested for DWI and cited for different traffic-related offenses.
North Carolina Judicial Department public information present Hacker is scheduled for a court docket look on Sept. 19. Along with the DWI cost, Hacker faces expenses of reckless driving to hazard, dashing, and failure to put on a seat belt, the judicial department’s web site reveals.
Data state Hacker additionally had his driver’s license revoked for 30 days, which is normal process for a DWI arrest within the state.
Hacker competed part-time within the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Sequence and NASCAR Xfinity Sequence.