By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
ARCA Menards Series driver Daniel Dye has been suspended indefinitely by the sanctioning body on Wednesday. He violated the 2022 ARCA Rulebook Section 12-8.1.E.2.
The 18-year-old was recently arrested in Volusia County, Florida on Tuesday. He has been charged with a felony battery charge.
He allegedly punched a teammate in the groin, according to Yahoo! Sports. The police report says that Dye was dancing and “grinding” on a male classmate.
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The classmate was not pleased with Dye’s actions and moved away. When he did that, Dye allegedly punched him in the groin.
The victim allegedly suffered a possible ruptured testicle. He has been sent to a specialist to get further examined.
Dye is facing up to five years in jail if he’s convicted. His client claims that Dye will be “completely exonerated” when the “details come to light.”
The race car driver drives full-time for the GMS Racing team. He drives the No. 43 entry.
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He was presently second in the points standings at the time of his arrest. He finished 17th last weekend at Talladega Superspeedway.
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