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NASCAR Issues Warnings to 4 Teams Following Kentucky

Kentucky Speedway featured a new rule package and with that new rule packages a few teams seemed to get their arms around it while others struggled. Not only that but it seemed some teams understood the rule package better than others. That was proved when NASCAR issued written warnings to four different teams following Sunday’s Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway.

According to FoxSports.com, the teams who received written warnings were the No. 16 Roush Fenway Racing team, the No. 13 Germain Racing team, the No. 33 Circle Sport Racing team and the No. 34 Front Row Motorsports team.

All four teams had issues with inspection during the Kentucky race weekend and could be subject to other sanctions if there are other violations this season.

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I like that statement: “…and could be subject to other sanctions if there are other violations this season”.

Translation: Watch it, Team Penske! You have one warning. One more, and we will hammer the daylights out of you! All you other teams, except the Hendrick eight, we will only give you a couple of more chances, then we will deal with you. Oh, don’t worry Rick! You can get many warning, but we won’t touch you, we promise. After all, we only give you warnings to save face and try to fool the fans into thinking that there is no favoritism. Besides, we may be stupid, but we’re not crazy! We know who really makes the rules, and Brian would have a major coronary if we ever dealt with you like we do with the other teams, especially Penske.


You’ve been paying attention to the “penalties” handed out in the last few years. Too bad some others haven’t.

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