Good news for fans of Tyler Dippel.

Big news from the world of NASCAR yesterday was the indefinite suspension of NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series driver Tyler Dippel after they claimed he violated the Member Conduct Guidelines from the NASCAR Rule Book. They called it a behavioral penalty for “actions detrimental to stock car racing.”

Dippel appeared in the Town of Wallkill court yesterday and according to his Facebook page, all charges have been dismissed against him, he wrote,

Early this morning, at the Town of Wallkill Court, the charges against me in this case were dismissed. We presented proof that the prescription was not mine and the person that the prescription belonged to accepted responsibility for leaving them in my vehicle.

He also said that he takes full responsibility for his actions and was hoping to be reinstated to race as soon as possible and according to NASCAR, Tyler Dippel has been reinstated.

After the charges against Dippel were dropped he has been officially reinstated to race again and should be behind the wheel of the number 02 Young’s Motorsports truck for the Gander Trucks series heads to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the World of Westgate 200 on Friday, September 13th.

With the suspension Dippel did miss one race, last Sunday’s Gander Trucks race at the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park. Driver D.J. Kennington filled in for Dippel and finished 15th in the race.

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