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Kyle Busch's truck measured too low

June 26, 2014, Kenny Bruce, NASCAR.com

Officials say issue will be evaluated further at NASCAR's R&D Center next week

MORE: Busch wins at Kentucky | Inside post-race inspection

SPARTA, Ky. – The race-winning truck of Kyle Busch measured too low in the front during post-race inspection following Thursday night’s UNOH 225 at Kentucky Speedway.
 
Officials said the issue would be evaluated further at the NASCAR Research and Development Center during the upcoming week.

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Busch dominated the Camping World Truck Series event, leading 91 of 150 laps. It was his fifth win of the season in five starts.

Unlike the Sprint Cup Series, ride-height rules remain in place for entries in the Nationwide and Truck Series. 

Earlier this season, the No. 9 entry of driver Chase Elliott measured too low during post-race inspection at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. NASCAR determined that the violation was a P2 penalty and placed Elliott’s crew chief, Greg Ives, on probation for the remainder of the year.

Eric Phillips is crew chief for Busch and the No. 51 team.


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