Within the Cup Sequence, Ryan Newman, who has been competing with Rick Ware Racing’s No. 51 group was assessed a $10,000 effective for a security violation found in observe and qualifying associated to driver protecting clothes and gear.
The Xfinity Sequence noticed a number of penalties concerning free wheel and unsecured lug nuts.
Two crew chiefs of the No. 74 group – Taylor Collier and Dale Hollifield – have been suspended for the ultimate two races of the season because the No. 74 misplaced a wheel on the observe in final weekend’s race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Charles Road, crew chief for Austin Hill’s No. 21 Chevrolet, has been suspended for this week’s race at Martinsville and fined $10,000 after the automotive was discovered to have two improperly put in lug nuts in post-race inspection.
Jason Ratcliff, crew chief for Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 19 Toyota was fined $5,000 for one improperly put in lug nut found in postrace inspection.
Within the Truck Sequence, The No. 98 Ford of driver Ty Majeski was discovered to have an unapproved entrance suspension piece (sway bar) and has been docked 10 factors.
Crew chiefs Jerame Donley (No. 15 group) and Jacob Hampton (No. 17 group) have been each fined $2,500 for one improperly put in lug nut discovered on their respective vans in postrace inspection.
As well as, Matthew Nelson has been indefinitely suspended for a violation of NASCAR’s substance abuse coverage whereas driver Chris Hacker has been reinstated after a suspension for a DWI arrest in North Carolina in August.