Both applications no. 31 Kaulig Racing and No. 50 The Money Team Racing were fined for breaking wheels during the Daytona 500.
In the case of the Goat Grail with the TMTR the car completely lost the wheel, which then bounced across the track and forced several drivers to perform evasive maneuvers.
Crew chief Justin Haley Kaulig Racing Trent Owens, as well as crew members Jacob Nelson and Marshall McFadden were disqualified from the next four points.
Grala crew leader Tony Erie Jr. and crew members Chris Winter and Aaron Powell were also disqualified from the next four points.
David Ragan, Rick Weir Racing, Ford Mustang Select Curtains, Justin Haley, Kaulig Racing, Chevrolet Camaro LeafFilter Gutter Protection
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In addition, no penalties were announced for Team Penske or RFK Racing in respect of wheels that were confiscated prior to the Dayton race.
However, NASCAR issued the following statement, announcing minor wheel modifications.
“NASCAR met with next-generation vendors and several racing teams this week to discuss wheel specifications. Following this discussion, NASCAR made small adjustments to increase the top tolerance on the pins and pilot holes for the Fontana. NASCAR will conduct a reassessment with vendors and racing teams and determine the way forward after the race this weekend. “