Found July 10, 2012 on Indy Racing Revolution:
No. 14 team fined $15,000, loses 10 entrant points

The good vibes surrounding A.J. Foyt Racing and driver Mike Conway's third-place finish last Sunday in Toronto were dampened today, as INDYCAR announced that Conway's No. 14 machine ran afoul of the INDYCAR rule book in post-race tech inspection.

The Englishman's car was found to have violated Rule 14.7.2 of the IZOD IndyCar Series rules, which states that all fuel cells must have a maximum capacity of 18.5 gallons. As a result, the No. 14 team has been fined $15,000 and docked 10 entrant points.

According to INDYCAR vice president of technology Will Phillips, the sanctioning body felt that Conway's fuel cell potentially could have given him a "track position advantage" in Toronto. A.J. Foyt Racing can appeal the ruling.

Prior to Sunday, Conway hadn't hit the podium since winning at Long Beach last season for Andretti Autosport.

IndyCar fines A.J. Foyt Racing

IndyCar has penalized A.J. Foyt Racing for an illegal fuel cell in Mike Conway's car at Toronto. Foyt was fined $15,000 and the team was docked 10 points on Tuesday. Conway finished third in Sunday's race at Toronto. The infraction was found during a post-race inspection. IndyCar vice president of technology Will Phillips says the discrepancy in the size of the fuel tank...
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