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Kyle Busch’s pit stop at the Richmond Raceway Toyota Owners 400

in the motor race Penalties are an important step in keeping the race clean and fair by discouraging the team that broke the law. But it’s also important to understand that the punishing authority has a responsibility to issue the penalty as soon as possible to give them a chance to confirm the mistake and make a comeback.

The things that happened Richmond Last weekend were not consistent with him as NASCAR It took more than 200 rounds to assess and issue a penalty Joe Gibbs Racing Driver No. 18 and two-time cup winner Kyle Bush for using duct tape in his front grille, an incident the team later confirmed to be a pit crew error.

Kyle Busch at Richmond Raceway

Kyle Busch, who had a pretty good showing at Richmond, was penalized in the 345th Lap of the 400 lap race for an infraction that took place on the 128th Round. Kyle Busch was able to beat the penalty barriers and work his way up to P9 in the final stages of the race. NASCAR has now come forward to clarify the confusion looming over the incident at hand.

Find out what NASCAR Cup Series Managing Director Brad Moran had to say about Kyle Busch’s penalty delay

Brad Moran, NASCAR Cup Series executive director

NASCAR Cup Series Executive Brad Moran appeared on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio to clarify the situation. He said the club took the time to ensure the breach of the t occurred at the Kyle Busch pit and that its crew were indeed responsible for the situation. He went on to say that they reviewed footage of Kyle Busch’s pit stop to make sure it happened as it appeared.

We definitely had to do our due diligence on how it got there and what it really was. So of course we pulled back during the race and did our due diligence to make sure the team had the tape on the grille area first and foremost. We went back, found footage, found what we needed to say, yes the team actually put it onsaid Brad Moran on SiriusXM NASCAR radio.

Brad Moran also acknowledged that although the incident occurred on lap 148 and many green flag races made it difficult for them to conduct their due diligence, race officials did not receive information about the violation until lap 234. He went on to say that once everything was settled they would have notified the crew chief that the tape would need to be removed.

“We got a notification around lap 234 and of course it took a bit. Lots of green flag racing on a 3/4 mile course. It’s taking a while to upload and we’re doing our due diligence. The last thing we’re going to do is bring a car down and find out later that it was picked up a bit off the track or pitted in the pit lane or something, but once everything was sorted out we saw it happen , where it was and the crew chief was notified that it must be removedadded Brad Moran.

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