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Penske Racing says Brad Keselowski's car at Dover failed a post-race inspection because of a broken part in the front of his Ford.
Keselowski finished fifth in Sunday's race and NASCAR said afterward the entire front was too low. Team owner Roger Penske said Monday the failure was due to a broken part that allowed a front spring to fall.
NASCAR addresses infractions and issues penalties on Tuesdays.
Keselowski crew chief Paul Wolfe just returned last week from a three-race suspension for using unapproved parts and is on probation through the end of the year. The typical penalty for a car being too low in inspection has been the loss of six points and a $25,000 fine for the crew chief.
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MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Penske Racing announced today that AJ Allmendinger will pilot the No. 22 Discount Tire Ford Mustang in two upcoming NASCAR Nationwide Series road course events at Road America and Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
The move will allow Allmendinger a chance to return to Penske Racing’s NASCAR program. This season, Allmendinger has been competing in a part-time schedule...
Brad Keselowski and his Penske Racing team had issues during postrace inspection at Dover International Speedway.
Following the NASCAR Sprint Cup FedEx 400 on Sunday, the No. 2 Ford "was found to be too low in the front" after postrace inspection, according to NASCAR spokeswoman Kristi King. She added that any infractions would be decided upon on Tuesday.
Defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion Brad Keselowski, driver of the No. 2 Miller Lite Ford for Penske Racing was penalized on Tuesday by NASCAR after failing post race inspection on Sunday at Dover International Speedway.
Keselowski was penalized six driver points knocking him from 8th to 10th in the point standings. He holds onto a position in the top ten by eight points over Jeff...
Brad Keselowski, driver of the No.2 Penske Racing Miller Lite Ford failed post race inspection at Dover International Speedway this past weekend. A crew member at Dover said that Keselowski’s car failed because it was too low in the front and [...]
Brad Keselowski, driver of the #2 Miller Lite Ford, talks with crew chief Paul Wolfe in the garage during practice at Dover International Speedway.(Tom Pennington, Getty Images)
While Brad Keslowski was happy to have his crew chief, Paul Wolfe, back on the pit box last weekend at Dover International Speedway, it looks like Wolfe didn’t get the memo that you can’t come back and...
Brad Keselowski and his No. 2 team draw penalties from NASCAR
second time this season.
Credit: Brad Keselowski Racing
Ross Chastain, driver of the No. 19 Bulldog Ford F-Series, will make his fifth start for Brad Keselowski Racing (BKR) during the WinStar World Casino 400 this Friday night at Texas Motor Speedway.
Bulldog, a Cequent Performance Products brand, will serve as the primary sponsor of the No. 19 BKR entry this week for the first and only time of the 2013...
NASCAR has penalized Brad Keselowski and crew chief Paul Wolfe for failing a post-race inspection at Dover.
Keselowski and car owner Roger Penske were each docked six points, and Wolfe was fined $25,000. He was already on probation until the end of the year because NASCAR found illegal parts on the No. 2 Ford at Texas in April.
This time, the entire front end of the car was too...
BELLE ISLE, MI- Coming into this weekend everyone thought Team Penske and Chip Ganassi Racing would be among the favorites here.
Ganassi had defending race winner Scott Dixon and Dario Franchitti. The duo finished 1-2 last year and led the entire race.
Team Penske is always strong around the 2.36-mile street circuit. It’s the hometrack for owner Roger Penske and he always puts...
Credit: Brad Keselowski Racing
Ryan Blaney, driver of the No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford F-Series, will make his third career start at Texas Motor Speedway and his second in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) during Friday night’s WinStar World Casino 400.
Blaney’s last start at Texas came last November during the O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge in the NASCAR Nationwide...
Ryan Blaney, driver of the Brad Keselowski Racing No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford F-Series, made his first career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) start at Dover International Speedway Friday after posting a 4th place qualifying run earlier in the day.
Blaney got off to a strong start, consistently staying within the top five for the first long run of the night and only complaining...