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Hendrick appeal set for Tuesday

Posted on: March 9, 2012 11:42 am
 
By Pete Pistone

NASCAR announced the Hendrick Motorsports appeal for penalties levied in teh aftermath of the No. 48 team failing pre-Daytona 500 inspection will be heard next Tuesday.

Hendrick Motorsports and crew chief Chad Knaus will both get to plead their case before the National Stock Car Racing Commission’s Appeals Board.

Knaus and the team appealed the $100,000 fine and six race suspension for NASCAR's contention that illegally modified c-posts were found on Jimmie Johnson's car during Daytona inspection on February 17.

Hendrick's case states the car was presented to officials in Daytona after running at two restrictor plate races in 2011. The team questions NASCAR's inspection procedure of only a visual inspection and not running the car through the full template inspection process.

Tuesday's appearance will be Knaus’ fourth before the board; he had a 2005 suspension and fine overturned on appeal, but was denied in three other cases.

 
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Comments

Since: Sep 1, 2007
Posted on: March 9, 2012 12:15 pm
 

Hendrick appeal set for Tuesday

Simply said this is Nascar's payback from Talladega when Knaus was caught yapping off to JJ to wreck his car if they won because bumpers were illegal. They're both as dirty MWR.



Since: Feb 22, 2012
Posted on: March 9, 2012 12:10 pm
 

Hendrick appeal set for Tuesday

-10...WOW  Thought id get a much lower grade than that for criticizing ur boys like that... haha  71 points behind the leader pete... 71 !!!!!!!!



Since: Feb 22, 2012
Posted on: March 9, 2012 12:07 pm
 

Hendrick appeal set for Tuesday

hey pete, let me guess, you think chad is innocent , right ??  LOL !!!!!!!...Not a chance in hell they beat this rap... been cheating for over a decade now and im so glad NASCAR FINALLY is gonna crack down on the 48 team... ABOUT TIME !!!!!!!


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