Biggest NASCAR penalties in history against teams


Not everyone is really as lucky as Chad Knaus ended up being to have basically the financial fine part of his 2012 Daytona 500 penalties overturned. Browse the biggest hits NASCAR has levied ever against teams caught crossing the road.

Carl Lengthy – 200 points, $200,000 fine, eight race suspension

His engine was .17 cubic inches too large to suit NASCAR specifications at Charlotte now in May 2009. Upon appeal, Long’s suspension was lifted but the rest of the penalty was enforced.

Jeremy Mayfield – 151 points, $50,000 fine

Problems in car’s fuel at Talladega in May 2000. Based on NASCAR, a real estate agent was put into the fuel to improve oxygen prepared to result in the vehicle go faster.

Kyle Busch, parked for 2 Texas races

Kyle Busch (18) rammed Ron Hornaday Junior. (33) throughout a caution period within the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race November. 4 at Texas Motor Speedway. NASCAR authorities required quick action, parking the motive force for that Countrywide and Sprint Cup races that weekend – a pricey move for any driver fighting within the Chase for that Sprint Cup.

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