Noah Gragson, Landon Cassill disqualified after top-5 runs at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Saturday, the NASCAR Xfinity Series took the green flag in Loudon, NH. The 1.058-mile oval of New Hampshire Motor Speedway hosted the show.
Two NASCAR Xfinity Series drivers have been disqualified in post-race inspection.
Landon Cassill found himself in the battle for his first career win. He was 3rd across the finish line. However, the drivers has been disqualified after pos-race inspection,
Landon Cassill was found in violations of section 126.96.36.199.2.2.a of the NASCAR rule book.
188.8.131.52.2.2.a: Post-Qualifying and Post-Race Front Body Inspection Heights. The car was too low in the rear.
“I really thought that I would keep the lead, but I just needed a little more right-rear tire,” he said before inspection negated his result. “I kind of struggled with that all day, we tightened the car up all day, and it was better. I mean, that’s when it really came to life. But I just needed a little bit more to hang on to be able to keep the lead and win the race.”
Additionally, Noah Gragson has also been disqualified.
Noah Gragson was found in violations of section 184.108.40.206.1.2.a of the NASCAR rule book.
220.127.116.11.1.2.a: Post-Qualifying and Post-Race Front Body Inspection Heights. The car was too low in the front.