NASCAR penalty report: Michigan, WWT Raceway

The NASCAR charge report from Michigan International Speedway (Cup, Xfinity) and World Wide Innovation Raceway (Truck) consists of a one-race suspension for the automobile chief of Ross Chastain‘s No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing Cup team.

NASCAR penalty report: Michigan, WWT Raceway

David Fero will serve the suspension for this weekend’s routine season ending at Daytona International Speedway after Chastain lost an axle on his automobile throughout last Sunday’s Cup race.

At 185 points behind the cut line, Chastain should win at Daytona on Saturday night (7 p.m. ET, NBC) to make the Cup playoffs.

Numerous charges from Michigan and WWTR included lug nut infractions from post-race evaluation.

  • Cup Series: Team chiefs Mike Wheeler (No. 23 23XI Racing – chauffeur Bubba Wallace) and Mike Hillman (No. 51 Rick Ware Racing – chauffeur Cody Ware) were both fined $10,000. Their particular automobiles were discovered with one lug nut not protect.

  • Xfinity Series: Team chief Jason Trinchere (No. 16 Kaulig Racing – chauffeur A.J. Allmendinger) was fined $5,000. Allmendinger’s race-winning automobile was discovered with one lug nut not protect.

  • Truck Series: Team chief Mark Hillman (No. 19 McAnally-Hilgemann Racing – chauffeur Derek Kraus) was fined $2,500. Kraus’ truck was discovered with one lug nut not protect.

Furthermore, Xfinity Series team member Brian Thomas has actually been forever suspended from NASCAR for a behavioral offense. The charge report pointed out Areas 12.1.a, 12.8.1.a and 12.8.1.e of the Xfinity Series rule book.

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