NASCAR CEO Brian France arrested on DUI, possession of oxycodone

NASCAR CEO Brian France arrested on DUI, possession of oxycodone

NASCAR CEO Brian France arrested on DUI, possession of oxycodone

France was driving a 2017 Lexus and didn't stop at a stop sign, according to police.

France was held overnight in The Hamptons before being released just after 9 a.m. ET on Monday after his arraignment.

During the stop, France was reportedly intoxicated and failed a field sobriety test.

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Police found oxycodone pills in his possession, officers said.

Additionally, it is reported that while he was being arrested, France dropped the names of some high-profile friends, including that of President Donald Trump.

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The National Associated for Stock Car Auto Racing can safely describe itself as a family business. His grandfather William HG France founded the organisation, while his father, Bill Jr, also served as CEO until he stepped down in 2000.

NASCAR released a statement Monday (via The Associated Press) saying, in part, the organization was "aware of the incident" and "in the process of gathering information". France took on the mantle in 2003.

NASCAR CEO and Chairman Brian Z. France was arrested Sunday while allegedly driving under the influence and in possession of oxycodone. NASCAR said further comment would be forthcoming after an examination of the facts in this case.

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