Old Mugshot of Your Favorite NASCAR Drivers
Sure, you might know your favorite NASCAR Drivers’ on-track records… but do you know their police records? Funny, many of our Sprint Cup Boys & Gal have convictions going back some 90 years or so! Don’t believe me? Why, take a gander at their handsome mugshots!
Special thanks for contributions from FB pal Michelle Maxwell Henry and Twitter bud @JessIsSassy52
Convicted on Six Counts of Grand Larceny of Sprint Cup Trophies.
Serving 15 – 20 for Attempted Murder of Road Courses.
Wanted for Failure to Appear in the Winner’s Circle
Charged with 676 Counts of Driver Intimidation.
Convicted in Richmond Circuit Court for Racketeering, Perjury, and Race Fixing.
Doin’ 20 to 30 for Spinning in the First Degree.
Serving a Life Term for Excessive Grumpiness and Inflicting Bodily Harm Upon Himself.
Wanted for the Failure to Appear in 2013.
Accused of Not Having a Sense of Humor and Driving in the Shadow of His Girlfriend.
Serving 10 to 15 for Failure of Delivery on His “Rocket Man” Nickname.
Serving Life for just being one Bad Ass.
Serving 3 to 5 for Being a Daddy’s Boy.
147 Convictions for Reckless Driving
Wanted for Failure to Appear in the Last Few Chase Races.
Wanted as an Accomplice in Racketing and Race Fixing.
Life Sentence for Repeated Offenses of Breaking & Entering Into the Weight Room.
Convicted of Failure to Keep a Team Intact.
Life plus 15 years Verbal Abuse.
Incarcerated for Excessive Media Hype and Over Exposure.
Wanted for 3 counts of Arson… Suspected of burning bridges at RCR.
Serving Life for Distribution of Sliver Spoons.
Convicted of Inconsistent Driving and Being Just Too Darn Pretty.
Serving an extended sentence for Escaping the Penitentiary Infirmary Way Too Early.
Wanted for Fender Assault, Pandering and Getting Under the Skin of Other Drivers.
Serving Life for Murder of Lady Luck and Littering Car Debris Across Sprint Cup Tracks.
On the lamb. Last seen in the Las Vegas area on December 6, 2013. Considered Armed & Dangerous
Whereabouts Unknown. Last Seen in the Back of the Pack.
Serving 5 to 10 for Strong Starts to the Season then Quickly Fading
Serving 8 to 12 for Back Flipping, Up for Early Release for Good Behavior.
Wanted for Attempting to Live Up to the Number 3.
Booked on Suspicion of Conspiring With the Japanese and the Use of Explosive Engines.
Indicted for… well, we’re still not sure.