Kevin Harvick (No. 4) and Brad Keselowski (2) both had issues getting through inspection at New Hampshire.
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NASCAR announced Thursday that the sanctioning body has issued warnings to teams in each of the three major series for issues in technical inspection last weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway or Kentucky Speedway.
On the Sprint Cup side, the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing team of Chase driver Kevin Harvick was hit with two warnings and will be held out of practice 15 minutes this weekend at Dover for failing to pass NASCAR’s LASER Inspection Platform three times in pre-qualifying inspection and twice in pre-race inspection.
The No. 2 Team Penske team of Chase driver Brad Keselowski and the No. 17 Roush Fenway Racing team of Ricky Stenhouse Jr. were each issued a written warning for flunking qualifying inspection once.
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Meanwhile, the teams of Alex Bowman and Timmy Hill will be held out of practice for 15 minutes at Dover for arriving late to race inspection and qualifying inspection, respectively.
Over in the XFINITY Series, the No. 3 Richard Childress Racing team of Ty Dillon and the team of Dylan Lupton were each issued a written warning for failing to pass NASCAR’s LASER Inspection Platform too many times at Kentucky last weekend.
In the Camping World Truck Series, the No. 44 team of driver Josh Reaume will be held for 15 minutes of practice at this weekend’s truck event in Las Vegas for being late to inspection at New Hampshire.