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Former NASCAR chairman and CEO Brian France pleaded guilty to DWI on Friday as part of a diversion deal with prosecutors over his arrest in the Hamptons last August.
France, 56, will have that misdemeanor charge reduced to a non-criminal infraction in June 2020 if he completes 100 hours of community service, continues with counseling and does not run afoul of the law, according to a statement from the Suffolk County (N.Y.) District Attorney.
“I am grateful for the court’s consideration of all the facts in this