CALLAWAY, Va. – Patrick Janney, driver of the No. 17 car in the U-Car division, has been suspended indefinitely from Franklin County Speedway for actions detrimental to the track.
On Aug. 3, Janney was involved in several on and off track altercations resulting in his dismissal from the property. Following the event he has been indefinitely suspended for his actions along with another member of his team, Anthony Janney.
Janney has also been fined a total of $500 for his actions, which must be paid upon his reinstatement. Janney must also complete an Anger Management Class before being reinstated by track management. Janney must also publicly apologize to fans in attendance in a manner approved by track management upon being reinstated.
Additionally, Michael Simacek driver of the No. 13 U-Car car who was involved in one of the altercations with Janney has been fined $100 and placed on probation until Nov. 30, 2013. Jonathan Simacek also has also been placed on probation until Nov. 30, 2013 for his role in the altercation.
Brian Feazell driver of the No. 97 Mini Cup has been fined $100 for an on track altercation and has been placed on probation until Nov. 30, 2013.
Steve Teter driver of the No. 18 Mini Cup and his team have been placed on probation until Aug. 31, 2013 for entering the track during a red flag.