NASCAR drivers arrested for DWI

Two NASCAR drivers charged for Driving While Intoxicated in separate incidents

Two NASCAR drivers have been charged with a DWI among other charges. Both incident took place in North Carolina, weeks apart.

Here’s a look at the charges for both drivers:

Jason White charged

Jason White runs part-time in the NASCAR Truck Series and Xfinity Series. He has been charged for Driving While Impaired.

White was arrested at 5:42 PM ET on Thursday, August 3, 2023. Toby Christie first reported the charges.

The 44-year-old will appear in court on September 6. Beyond the DWI charges, White is also accused of Reckless Driving, Speeding and Exceeding Safe Speed.

The Huntersville Police Department confirmed the charges.

White is also the President of Motorsports for CMR Roofing. The company is a long time sponsor of Ryan Sieg and RSS Racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. However, the CMR Roofing logos were absent from the machine in the latest race at Indianapolis.

Standard for DWI arrests in North Carolina, White has had his licence revoked for 30 days.

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Chris Hacker charged

Chris Hacker also runs part-time in the NASCAR Truck Series and Xfinity Series. He was arrested on August 15, 2023 also charged with a DWI.

Beyond the DWI, Hacker faces charges of Speeding, Reckless Driving and Failure to Wear Seat Belt.

Hacker’s court date is scheduled for September 19th.

Same as White, Hacker also had his licence revoked for 30 days.

Hacker has run 14 NASCAR Truck Series races since the 2021 season with a best finish of 12th last season at North Wilkesboro Speedway. He’s also run 2 NASCAR Xfinity Series events.

This season, the driver has run events with Young’s Motorsports and On Point Motorsports.

Hacker is a 23-year-old racer from Indiana. He competed in the most recent NASCAR Truck Series event with sponsorship from the Moran & Morgan law firm.

He has limited use of his left arm due to Brachial Plexus Injury at birth. Along with his sponsor Morgan & Morgan they ran a camp for children with BPI in Indiana.

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