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Jeremy Clements will not race this weekend, the results of a suspension by NASCAR for the use of a racial slur. Asked by ESPN, Clements declined to repeat his comments but did acknowledge it was racial. “Was it racial or not? Maybe not in context, but in term?” Clements replied: “Correct.”
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The racial slur Nationwide Series driver Jeremy Clements used in front of a NASCAR publicist and a reporter that ultimately led to his suspension has been revealed.
NASCAR has suspended Nationwide Series driver Jeremy Clements for a comment during an interview on Saturday. “During the course of an interview, Jeremy Clements made an intolerable and insensitive remark,” said Steve O’Donnell, NASCAR senior vice president of racing operations.
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Just what did NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Jeremy Clements say to draw an indefinite suspension from NASCAR?
The blogger to whom he was talking at the time has spoken out about the remark.
NASCAR suspended Clements on Wednesday for what senior vice president of racing operations Steve O'Donnell deemed an ''intolerable and insensitive remark."
A day later, Clements...
Nationwide driver Jeremy Clements was suspended by NASCAR indefinitely for comments at Daytona…
During a one-on-one interview with ESPN, Nationwide Series driver Jeremy Clements opens up about how he found himself suspended indefinitely by NASCAR. Clements claims his suspension was handed down after he used a racial remark in the presence of two other people.
Clements was pressed for more information.
“Was it racial or not? Maybe not in context, but in term?”
NASCAR is sending suspended driver Jeremy Clements to a sports psychologist in hopes of getting him back on the track soon.
Steve O'Donnell, NASCAR's Senior Vice President of Racing Operations, said Saturday that Clements will work with Dr. Richard Lapchick to get him back in his car as quickly as possible and as the organization deems fit.
Clements was suspended indefinitely...
Although Jeremy Clements wanted to keep the racial word he used Sunday, that ultimately got him suspend indefinitely from NASCAR private, today his word choice was revealed.
MTV News has confirmed the reporter was indeed Marty Beckerman, an associate editor of MTV’s Guy Code. During an interview with MTV News, Beckerman shed light on what took place with NASCAR driver Clements...
NASCAR has taken an extraordinary step by suspending Nationwide Series driver Jeremy Clements indefinitely Wednesday for saying "an intolerable and insensitive remark" during an interview last weekend at Daytona. In a page from the NFL's playbook, Clements was suspended for conduct detrimental to stock car racing.
What could Clements have said that would...
The nature of the comment Jeremy Clements made to draw an indefinite suspension from NASCAR officials has been the source of debate throughout the sport.
On Thursday, Clements admitted to a reporter that it was racial in nature, but not in relation to anyone.
"When you say 'racial' remark, it wasn't used to describe anybody or anything," Clements told ESPN...
NASCAR has suspended Nationwide Series driver Jeremy Clements for violating the sanctioning body's code of conduct.
The suspension announced Wednesday is indefinite.
NASCAR senior vice president of racing operations Steve O'Donnell said Clements made an ''intolerable and insensitive remark'' during the course of an interview. No other details were given...
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Jeremy Clements, a driver in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, has been indefinitely suspended from NASCAR for violating the sanctioning body’s Code of Conduct.
On Feb. 23 at Daytona International Speedway, Clements was found to have violated Sections 7-5 (NASCAR’s Code of Conduct) and 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing).
“During the course of...
NASCAR driver Jeremy Clements would fit in if he had a part in “Djiango Unchained,” or singing Kanye West lyrics; or performing a Chris Rock bit. Jeremy Clements has been suspended for using the n-word in an interview off camera prior to the Nationwide Series race at Daytona International Speedway. Jeremy Clements made the comment in the presence of an MTV reporter and NASCAR...
The 2012 season was plagued with inconsistent rulings by NASCAR. The same “crime” committed by a driver had multiple different punishments. This made NASCAR’s rulings very inconsistent. So far in 2013, NASCAR hasn’t had consistency issues but, I do believe if something similar to the Jeremy Clements situation were to happen to a big name Cup driver, the rulings would be different...