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NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Elliott Sadler's team has been penalized for a rules infraction discovered in postrace inspection at Iowa Speedway on Sunday.
Sadler's No. 2 Chevrolet did not conform to body height requirements, as the "car failed to meet the minimum rear car heights," according to a NASCAR release.
Crew chief Luke Lambert has been fined $10,000, and owner DeLana Harvick and driver Elliott Sadler have been penalized six championship owner points and six championship driver points, respectively.
Sadler is second in the Nationwide Series standings to Ricky Stenhouse Jr., who now has a 34-point lead.
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The team of NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Elliott Sadler has been penalized for a rules infraction discovered in postrace inspection at Iowa Speedway Sunday.
Sadler's No. 2 Chevrolet did not conform to body height requirements as the "car failed to meet the minimum rear car heights," according to a NASCAR release.
As a result, crew chief Luke Lambert has been fined...
Elliott Sadler and the No. 2 OneMain Financial team will utilize Chassis No. 108 from Richard Childress Racing’s NASCAR Nationwide Series stable this weekend. This chassis was built new for competition in 2012 and will make its first laps this weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Nothin’ Finer than Carolina … Sadler will return to Charlotte Motor Speedway with 10 Nationwide...
Elliott Sadler and the No. 2 OneMain Financial team finished second at Iowa Speedway on Sunday afternoon in the NASCAR Nationwide Series event. The Richard Childress Racing team kicked off the weekend scoring the pole award, their third of the 2012 season. Sadler led the field to the green flag at the 0.875-mile track, but was shuffled back in traffic to the fifth position early...
How does that pole and second-place finish feel now, Mr. Sadler? At least you won't be any lighter in the pocket, unlike your crew chief. Though it would be a nice gesture to help him out with that, come to think of it.
Seriously man, you were cheating and the No. 6 was STILL that much better than you at Iowa? In fairness, though, it's not like anyone was able to run with...
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – NASCAR has penalized the No. 2 team in the NASCAR Nationwide Series as a result of rule infractions discovered during post-race inspection Sunday at Iowa Speedway.
The No. 2 car was found to be in violation of 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...