Rylan wrote:lol no one has ever cared what Jemele Hill has ever written. She is an annoying self-righteous racist.
relantel wrote:dang. Keselowski causes the final caution, in the middle of green flag stops. Costs Stenhouse the race for sure, and likely cost the 88 and 24 and 99 top 5s. No pass for the lead on the final restart or after - out pits first out front first. Kahne got close but no cigar.
Oh, and Keselowski still finished 6th, even after losing his whole back bumper.
JS© wrote:shafnutz05 wrote:HBK sighting
how did you pick him out? Were there multiple shots of him walking around?
Marty Smith @MartySmithESPN 2m
AP reporting Matt Kenseth's engine failed Kansas post-race inspection. Just talked to NASCAR and they couldn't/wouldn't confirm. Stay tuned.
TheHammer24 wrote:Not good. The last failed engine resulted in $200,000 fine, an equivalent of 50 points under the new points system, and a 12 week (later reduced to 8 week) CC suspension. That would be brutal. Moreover, while Kenseth would keep the win, NASCAR could prohibit him from using it as bonus points or WC, which means he essentially wouldn't get the win.
The silver lining is the light rod might have been a quality control issue that did not give him a competitive advantage and the at least 3 JGR engines have already passed inspection this year (Kenseth at LV, Busch at Fontana, and Busch at Texas).
NASCAR stripped virtually everything from Matt Kenseth at Kansas Speedway except his victory Sunday after his No. 20 Toyota engine failed postrace inspection.
On Wednesday, Kenseth was docked 50 points, stripped of his pole position award (which won't count toward making him eligible for next year's Sprint Unlimited preseason exhibition) and his first-place finish in the STP 400 won't count for bonus points toward the Chase for the Sprint Cup if the Joe Gibbs Racing driver makes the 10-race title playoff.
NASCAR also suspended crew chief Jason Ratcliff for six races and fined him $200,000 and placed him on probation through Dec. 31. Joe Gibbs also was docked 50 points as a car owner and had his owner's license for the No. 20 suspended for the next six races. Toyota also lost five points in the manufacturer standings.
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