The 10: Cheating Controversies
OF) ENGINE - The most brutal penalty ever handed down by NASCAR may have been the one they socked low-budget racer Carl Long with in 2009. After practice for the Sprint Showdown, a non-points, last-chance qualifying race to get into the
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his Kansas victory — and some ancillary hand slaps. But NASCAR was consistent. The last illegal engine was found in Carl Long ’s car during practice for the Sprint Showdown non-points race in 2009. Long’s engine measured 358.17 cubic
Kyle Busch fails Nationwide Series inspection, will start 39th
the field by being in the top-30 in owner points. Since the No. 54 currently leads the owner points, he is locked into the field. The final starting spot will go to the No. 79 of Carl Long , as he is not in the top-30 in owner points.
NASCAR Race Trax - Race Week - Sprint Showdown
175 32 . Kirk Shelmerdine 39 0 $ 27 , 075 33 . Elliott Sadler 25 0 $ 26 , 975 34 . Brian Vickers 11 0 $ 5 , 000 35 . Carl Long 3 0 $ 5 , 000 Member Comments Please note by clicking on " add a comment " you acknowledge that you have read the Terms