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Sport NASCAR fines three Cup Series teams for lug-nut violations at Texas

04:20  30 october  2020
04:20  30 october  2020 Source:   nascar.com

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NASCAR announced penalties Tuesday to three Monster Energy Series teams for lug - nut violations found after Sunday’s event at Texas Motor Speedway. Competition officials found three cars each with one lug nut not safely secured in a post-race check after Sunday’s AAA Texas Motor Speedway.

NASCAR fined the crew chiefs for two Cup Series teams and one Xfinity Series team for lug - nut violations that were discovered after the races last weekend at Auto Club Speedway. Randall Burnett and Mike Shiplett each received a

a close up of a cell phone: NASCAR fines three Cup Series teams for lug-nut violations at Texas © Sean Gardner Getty Images NASCAR fines three Cup Series teams for lug-nut violations at Texas NASCAR fined three Cup Series teams for lug-nut violations found in post-race inspection Wednesday at Texas Motor Speedway. The No. 6 of Ryan Newman, No. 12 of Ryan Blaney and No. 14 of Clint Bowyer were each discovered to have at least one lug nut not safe and secure, a violation of Section 10.9.10.4 in the NASCAR Rule Book.

As a result, NASCAR fined each of the crew chiefs $10,000 — Scott Graves for the No. 6, Todd Gordon for the No. 12 and John Klausmeier for the No. 14.


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