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Kenny Wallace's 09 Nationwide team penalized for infractions


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No. 09 NASCAR Nationwide Series Team Penalized For Infractions At Chicagoland Speedway

 

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (July 24, 2012) – NASCAR has issued penalties to the No. 09 team in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, as a result of rules infractions found on July 22 during post-race inspection at Chicagoland Speedway.

 

Crew chief Scott Zipadelli has been fined $10,000 and placed on NASCAR probation until Sept. 5 for violating Sections 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing); 12-4J (any determination by NASCAR officials that race equipment used in the event does not conform to NASCAR rules detailed in Section 20A of the rule book or has not been approved by NASCAR prior to the event); 20A-2.3A (improperly attached weight); and 20A-2.4B (car failed to meet minimum weight requirements in post-race inspection). Car chief Travis Young has been placed on NASCAR probation until Sept. 5 for the same infractions.

 

Driver Kenny Wallace and owner Robby Benton have been penalized with the loss of six championship driver and six championship owner points for violating Sections 12-1; 12-4J; and 20A-2.4B.

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B.S. this rules crap is killing asphalt racing NASCAR and short track

You have a point, supertx. No rules means that no one cheats. But, wait.... if no one cheats and cheating is part of racing, then a big part of racing will go by the wayside.

 

I say we need more rules so we can cheat more. That way racing will survive since cheating is such a big part of racing.

 

Ummm....That makes sense, er...doesn't it???

 

Nick

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B.S. this rules crap is killing asphalt racing NASCAR and short track

You have a point, supertx. No rules means that no one cheats. But, wait.... if no one cheats and cheating is part of racing, then a big part of racing will go by the wayside.

 

I say we need more rules so we can cheat more. That way racing will survive since cheating is such a big part of racing.

 

Ummm....That makes sense, er...doesn't it???

 

Nick

 

Huh?

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you have to have some rules but you can take anything to far and kill creative thinking.such as rear view mirrors.better metals.better chassis,saftey features etc.etc.

But the weight fell off and left him underweight.

 

Your saying that should be legal?

 

Then any one could just zip tie 50 lbs on and intentionally bounce off the wall just hard enough to shed the weight.

 

That gives an unfair advantage AND is seriously dangerous.

 

STOCK car have never been open ruled. They are after all STOCK cars. Take away the rules that limit and you will have INDYCARS (defunct), SCCA Protos etc. Not the same. The rules are what KEEPS them STOCK cars.

 

With no rules there is no Freedom!

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Then any one could just zip tie 50 lbs on and intentionally bounce off the wall just hard enough to shed the weight.

 

Is that like a Bobby Allison rear bumper?

 

You would think<<<key word alert>>> that zip ties wouldn't pass tech.....oh wait.....Is this with or without rules....I'm so confused....lmao

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