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