Nascar Penalties (OUCH)

Discussion in 'NASCAR chat' started by Finallap, Jul 11, 2002.

  1. Finallap

    Finallap Guest

    NASCAR announces penalties - Johnson loses 25 points: NASCAR officials levied fines Wednesday against seven Cup crew chiefs and one BGN crew chief for infractions discovered during this past weekend's races at Daytona. Chad Knaus, crew chief of the #48 Chevy, was fined $25,000 and his team was also penalized 25 NASCAR Winston Cup Series Championship driver points as well as 25 NASCAR Winston Cup Series Championship owner points. Knaus' NASCAR Winston Cup team was penalized under Section 12-4-A of the 2002 NASCAR Winston Cup Series rule book: "Actions detrimental to stock car racing: offset mounting bolts for the front of the truck trailing arms." Other NASCAR Winston Cup Series crew chiefs fined for various infractions following this past weekend included: Scott Eggleston, crew chief of the #33 Chevy and Jimmy Elledge, crew chief of the #55 Chevy were fined $500 and penalized in accordance to Section 20-2-E: "Underpans will not be permitted"; Newt Moore, crew chief of the #36 Pontiac, James Ince, crew chief of the #10 Pontiac and Lee McCall, crew chief of the #40 Dodge all received $500 fines and penalized under Sections 12-4-Q and 20-12-1A: "Any determination by NASCAR officials that parts and/or equipment used in the event do not conform to NASCAR rules; Section 20-12.1A (3); Unapproved jacking bolts." Chris Carrier, crew chief of the #4 Chevy, was also fined an $500 and penalized under Sections 12-4-Q and 20-10-6J: "Any determination by NASCAR officials that parts and/or equipment used in the event do not conform to NASCAR rules; Section 20-10.6.J: Magnetic rear axle heating pads." In the BGN, crew chief Jason Ratcliff of the #27 Pontiac, was fined $2,000 and penalized under Section 12-4-Q in the 2002 BGN rule book: "Any determination by NASCAR officials that parts and/or equipment used in the event do not conform to NASCAR rules; Unapproved rear spring."(NASCAR PR)(7-10-2002)
     
  2. FANOF5

    FANOF5 Guest

    HOLY SCHIDT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! when was the last time NASCAR yanked points??????????? i can't remember
     
  3. HardScrabble

    HardScrabble Guest

    April of 2000, Jeremy Mayfield for altered fuel.

    A chunk of change and 151 points.
     
  4. Its about damn time. Cheatin wont pay no more.
     
  5. FANOF5

    FANOF5 Guest

    thanks............i remember that now!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  6. 6_17_97_99

    6_17_97_99 Guest

    yeah it will, you just gotta make sure you got a big enough point lead
     

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