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Topic - Paul Wolfe
It was just another surreal moment in this disappointing season for defending champion Brad Keselowski.
Facing the biggest credibility crisis in its long history, NASCAR issued a stern warning to its drivers and teams Saturday and said it won't tolerate any more attempts to alter the outcome of races.
Tony Stewart's defense of his 2005 championship doesn't look so bad on paper, and it sure seemed to be soaring during his laborious celebratory fence-climb following his July win at Daytona.
NASCAR penalized Brad Keselowski and crew chief Paul Wolfe on Tuesday for failing a post-race inspection at Dover.
Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano both heard some familiar voices calling the shots at Dover.
Defending series champion Brad Keselowski believes he's still the fastest in Sprint Cup, even if his results four months into the season don't bear that out.
Matt Kenseth was in Canada when J.D. Gibbs sent him the results of their appeal to NASCAR to reduce sweeping penalties against Joe Gibbs Racing.
Penske Racing is reaching deep into its bench after NASCAR suspended seven of its employees.
Penske Racing celebrated a small victory Tuesday when NASCAR's chief appellate officer issued a mixed ruling on penalties levied against the team. Although most everything was upheld, suspensions for seven key employees were reduced from six points races to two.
Penske Racing will take its appeal of penalties and fines against defending champion Brad Keselowski and teammate Joey Logano before a three-member NASCAR panel next week.
Brad Keselowski arrived at Kansas Speedway with the specter of NASCAR sanctions hanging over Penske Racing, and the first few laps of Sunday's race weren't going a whole lot better.
Brad Keselowski spent some time in the garage talking to crew chief Paul Wolfe, then walked over to his No. 2 Ford and hopped in for practice on a brisk, breezy day at Kansas Speedway.
Defending Sprint Cup champion Keselowski had four team members suspended for six points races, while Logano lost three members of his crew. The drivers were docked 25 points each, as were the car owners.
NASCAR suspended seven members of defending champion Penske Racing on Wednesday for bringing unapproved parts to Texas Motor Speedway on the cars of Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano last weekend.
Brad Keselowski chugged his cold Miller Lite, the beer splashing down the side of his face asNASCAR chairman Brian France watched with amusement as his newest ambassador celebrated the crowning moment of his career.
"I think it got everyone's attention," Wolfe said. "I think everyone should have a pretty clear understanding ... if you go out there and run 100 percent to your ability and run a normal race, then everything will be fine."
But because of the stakes _ 10 drivers vying for five Chase berths _ he said the actions of a few were magnified and NASCAR had to act.