James Stewart has been provisionally suspended by the governing body of Supercross for a failed drug test, but will be allowed to finish the outdoor season.
Stewart tested positive for a banned substance after a Supercross race in Seattle on April 12, which he said was from an amphetamine prescribed by a doctor for a long-term medical condition.
FIM, the sport’s governing body, hit him with a provisional suspension since the Supercross season ended in May and the next season doesn’t begin until January.
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The suspension was not carried over to the outdoor season because the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship is governed by a different organization, and has no affiliation with FIM or the World Anti-Doping Agency.