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Sport National Motorsports Appeals Panel upholds penalty to Mike Wallace

01:31  24 september  2020
01:31  24 september  2020 Source:   nascar.com

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The National Motorsports Appeals Panel upheld a behavioral penalty Wednesday that was originally issued July 14 to team owner Tony Clements, relative to the No. 51 NASCAR Xfinity Series team at Kentucky Speedway.

The National Motorsports Appeals Panel today heard and considered an appeal of an L2 penalty issued on August 4 to owner Mario Gosselin and driver Alex Labbe in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. The penalty concerns the following section in the 2020 NASCAR Rule Book: Sections 5.1.a & .d: Private

a close up of a man wearing glasses: National Motorsports Appeals Panel upholds penalty to Mike Wallace © Chris Graythen Getty Images National Motorsports Appeals Panel upholds penalty to Mike Wallace The National Motorsports Appeals Panel upheld a behavior penalty to NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Mike Wallace for violating its member conduct guidelines.

NASCAR issued an indefinite suspension to Wallace on Sept. 10 for a social media post that the 61-year-old driver made.

According to the original penalty report, Wallace violated NASCAR Rule Book Sections 12.1, 12.8 and 12.8.1.e (Member Conduct Guidelines), the last of which states:

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See the members who participate in the appeal process. Play: NASCAR Fantasy Live. If a NASCAR member wishes to appeal a penalty notice, the National Motorsports Appeals Panel "provides Members with an impartial and meaningful opportunity to appeal .".

The National Motorsports Appeals Panel on Wednesday upheld NASCAR's penalty assessed against driver Clint Bowyer and Michael Waltrip Racing for infractions two weekends ago at Chicagoland Speedway 1. The Appellants violated the Rule or Rules set forth in the Penalty Notice.

“Member actions that could result in a fine and/or indefinite suspension, or termination:

“Public statement and/or communication that criticizes, ridicules, or otherwise disparages another person based upon that person‘s race, color, creed, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, age, or handicapping condition.”

Wallace was ordered to do sensitivity training in order to be eligible for reinstatement.

The panel consisted of the following three individuals:

— Mr. Dixon Johnston

— Mr. Bill Lester

— Mr. Kevin Whitaker

The appellant has the right to appeal the decision of the National Motorsports Appeal Panel to the National Motorsports Final Appeals Officer in accordance with Section 15 of the NASCAR Rule Book.

Wallace has driven the No. 0 Chevrolet for owner Johnny Davis in three NASCAR Xfinity Series events this season and has four wins in 497 Xfinity starts as part of his national series career.

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