Former NASCAR CEO Brian France pleads guilty to DWI

Former NASCAR chairman and CEO Brian France pleaded guilty to DWI on Friday, USA Today reported.

According to the report, France will have that charge reduced to a non-criminal infraction in June 2020 if he completes 100 hours of community service, continues to receive counseling and does not break the law.

“I am grateful for the court’s consideration of all the facts in this case and I will follow their direction and recommendations as we move forward,” France said in a statement.

“While I made a mistake, this event has also given me the opportunity to reflect on my poor judgment that day, my family and my greater responsibilities to our community. I have learned valuable lessons and will be a better person because of this process.”

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