Josh Reaume, owner and driver for the Reaume Brothers Racing team in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, and Mike Wallace, part-time driver for JD Motorsports last season in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, both had their indefinite suspensions lifted on Wednesday.
NASCAR released the news in the post-event penalty report following the dirt weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Reaume, 30, was on suspension due to posting an insensitive photo to his Snapchat at the end of last season, while Wallace was placed on suspension after making insensitive posts on his Facebook account.
Wallace, 62, twice attempted to appeal his suspension, but it was upheld both times. Both drivers have completed the mandated sensitivity training and are now permitted to compete in NASCAR sanctioned events again.
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