Which team received the largest fine in NASCAR history over alleged rules violations during a recent race?
A: Hendrick Motorsports
B: Trackhouse Racing
C: Team Penske
The correct answer is Hendrick Motorsports.
See The Reason for That answer below:
Hendrick Motorsports was severely penalized by NASCAR on Tuesday for issues related to the hood louvers on all four of their cars at Phoenix Raceway last weekend. The penalties included a 100-point deduction and a 10-playoff point penalty for drivers Alex Bowman, Kyle Larson, and William Byron, as well as a four-race suspension for each of their crew chiefs, Cliff Daniels, Alan Gustafson, Rudy Fugle, and Blake Harris. NASCAR also fined each crew chief $100,000, and penalized each of the four Hendrick teams with a 100-point deduction and a 10-playoff point penalty.
As a result of these penalties, Bowman, Larson, and Byron, who had previously been in the top five in points with Bowman as the points leader, all fell out of the top 20 in the standings. Hendrick Motorsports expressed disappointment with the decision and announced plans to appeal based on a variety of facts. They also confirmed that they will not seek a deferral of crew chief suspensions and that substitute crew chiefs will be announced later.
NASCAR did not penalize Josh Berry as he does not earn any points in the Cup Series, and Chase Elliott was not penalized because he was not driving the No. 9 car when the infraction was discovered. The hood louvers were impounded from all four Hendrick cars after Friday’s training at Phoenix Raceway.
Elton Sawyer, NASCAR’s senior vice president of competition, stated that the modifications made to the hood louvers were not approved and that they could impact downforce and performance. Sawyer also noted that NASCAR has increased penalties for single-source parts since last year.
Hendrick Motorsports cited “unclear communication” as one of the reasons for their appeal and listed several other reasons, including inconsistencies in communication from NASCAR, and discrepancies between the louvers provided by NASCAR’s mandated single-source supplier and the approved design.
In addition to Hendrick Motorsports, the No. 31 Kaulig Racing team of Justin Haley was also penalized by NASCAR. Haley was docked 100 points and 10 playoff points, his crew chief Trent Owens was suspended for four races and fined $100,000, and the team was penalized with a 100-point deduction and a 10-playoff point penalty.
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