Before J.C. France was the crackhead grandson of NASCAR’s founder, he was also the guy who swore on television and the guy who fought a fellow driver on the track during a Grand-Am race in Mexico City. So clearly he was an emotionally stable individual before he was charged with DUI and possession of crack cocaine on Thursday.

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Very suspicious: J.C. France’s "I Am a Grand-Am Driver" and "In Your Own Words" promotional videos have been removed from YouTube and www.grand-am.com. Here is the "I Am a Grand-Am Driver" clip.


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Three incoherent fans
Goodbye, Jim Beam
Drunk NASCAR commentators
Big Mike and Ross the Boss bong some beers
Break out the stripper pole, they’re racing in Texas
Seven-beer bong
Girls mud wrestling
That kid will eat anything
Tire boy
Brickyard booze, brawls and breasts
Lake Speed cries
NASCAR fights
Jeff Gordon sings Take Me Out To The Ball Game
Don’t mock Jesus

Passed-out Tony Stewart fan

Mobile home fire

Too much flip cup

Drunk fan

Passed-out woman

Dancing fool