Two NASCAR Truck Series teams penalized following Michigan International Speedway – Win encumbered
Two NASCAR Camping World Truck Series teams were penalized following the LTi Printing 200 last weekend at Michigan International Speedway.
The Michigan race win is ruled as encumbered.
The No. 99 MDM Motorsports Chevrolet failed post-race inspection and was handed an L1-level penalty. Under section 20.4.12.b of the NASCAR Rule Book concerning the truck bed cover it states, “Vent holes at the bed top must be configured for air intake only.”
In his first NCWTS start of the season, Darrell Wallace Jr. scored the victory at Michigan. However, the finish was ruled encumbered and crew chief Shane Huffman was suspended from the next Truck Series race (tonight at Bristol Motor Speedway). Huffman was fined $5,000 and MDM Motorsports was docked 10 owner points.