Jeremy Mayfield won the injunction so that he could have raced tonight. However, he didn't show up at the track and people wonder why he even got the injunction. Does this really have to be explained? I'm no lawyer, but it seems to me that getting the injunction set a precedent for what's coming next. Brian France says Nascar's drug policy is thorough and fair. I think that's baloney. A real drug policy provides a list of banned substances. Nascar's does not. This is what Dr. Gary Wadler of the World Anti-Doping Agency had to say about Nascar's drug testing policy. You can find the above quotes in the article here. Dr. Wadler made those statements on ESPN's Nascar show soon after Mayfield was originally suspended. Kyle Petty talked about how both sides get kudos here for sticking to their story. No, Kyle. If the drug test provided a false positive, which is clearly a possibility according to what I've seen, then Nascar has ruined Mayfield's career. And, if the drug test was true and Mayfield did take meth, then Mayfield's perjured himself in federal court and has ruined his life all by himself. Let's save the kudos until we know for certain who should get them.