Matt Kenseth’s race-winning car in New Hampshire failed post-race inspection on Sunday.PHOTO BY LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC
WHAT DOES THAT MEAN MOVING FORWARD?
Matt Kenseth took the checkered flag first on Sunday in the New Hampshire 301 Sprint Cup race but failed the post-race laser inspection station and could face penalties as a result.
The next step is forNASCARto take the No. 20 Toyota to its R&D Center in Concord, North Carolina. This is the first time that a race-winning car has failed the laser inspection station that was first implemented in 2013. But for the sake of reference, Kyle Larson, (Michigan) and Kasey Kahne (Dover) have both failed the LIS station after the race and received a 15-point penalty (driver and owner) and $25,000 fine for their respective crew chiefs.
There were no other failures in immediate post-race NASCAR inspection.