NASCAR assessed what it called “behavioral penalties” Tuesday to drivers Brad Keselowski and Tony Stewart for their involvement in post-race incidents this past Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Keselowski was fined $50,000 and placed on NASCAR probation for the next four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship events through Nov. 12. Stewart was $25,000 and was also placed on NASCAR probation for the next four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship events through Nov. 12.
NASCAR said the infractions fell under Section 12-1 of the NASCAR Rule Book: Actions detrimental to stock car racing, as well as Section 12-4.9: Behavioral penalty – involved in post-race incidents.
On the cool-down laps Saturday night, Deny Hamlin showed his displeasure with Keselowski by brake checking him MORE>>>
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