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NASCAR Nationwide Series No. 25 Team Penalized For Rule Violations At New Hampshire Motor Speedway


Dayton Beach, Florida (June 30, 2010) – NASCAR announced today that penalties have been issued to the crew chief, owner and driver for the No. 25 NASCAR Nationwide Series team due to rule violations found on June 26 during post-qualifying inspection at last weekend’s event at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.


In addition to having the qualifying time disallowed for the No. 25 car, crew chief Paul Richmond has been fined $10,000 and suspended for the next four NASCAR Nationwide Series events, suspended from NASCAR until July 28, 2010, and placed on probation until Dec. 31, for violating Sections 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing); 12-4-J (any determination by NASCAR officials that the race equipment used in the event does not conform to NASCAR rules), 20A-15 (NASCAR reserves the right to have all cars use the same brand of fuel in a given event) and 20A-15.2C (the gasoline must not be blended with alcohols, ethers, or other oxygenates and it must not be blended with aniline or its derivatives, nitro compounds or other nitrogen-containing compounds) of the 2010 NASCAR Nationwide Series Rule Book.


Team owner Bert Sellers Jr. was penalized with the loss of 50 NASCAR Nationwide Series championship owner points while driver Peyton Sellers also was docked 50 NASCAR Nationwide Series championship driver points.

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nitro propane

2-nitropropane is C3H7NO2, alternately (and slightly harder to detect due to the extra carbons and thus higher spec grav) would be CH3 CH(NO2) C H3

Not to be read as C3H7No2 or CH3 CH(No2) C H3

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