PENALTY: DGR Crosley Assessed With Level 6 Penalty For KNPSE Testing Violation

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MOORESVILLE, N.C. — Car owner (David Gilliland) has been fined $5,000; a loss of 100 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Championship Car Owner points for the 2019 NKNPSE Season; has been suspended from the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East until the completion of the third NASCAR K&N Pro Series East event; and placed on NASCAR Probation through December 31, 2019. Driver (Ty Gibbs) has been fined $5,000; a loss of 100 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Championship Driver points for the 2019 NKNPSE Season; has been suspended from the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East until the completion of the third NASCAR K&N Pro Series East event; and placed on NASCAR Probation through December 31, 2019. Car chief (Chad Walters) has been fined $5,000; Suspended from the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East indefinitely.

Section 12-5.3.7 — Violations resulting in P6 Penalties, in general, represent the expressly forbidden areas of unauthorized activity such as violation of the NASCAR Testing Policy.

Section 12-5.3.7.1.5 –Violation of the NASCAR Testing Policy forbids conducting a private test with a NASCAR K&N Pro Series vehicle at a sanctioned track on the 2019 K&N Pro Series East Schedule, in this case New Smyrna Speedway. Private race vehicle testing by any NASCAR K&N Pro Series race team, employee, contractor, affiliate, associate, subsidiary or surrogate at any facility that appears on the Series Schedule or that has been granted a Touring Series sanction will be prohibited regardless of “rookie” or “veteran” status.

DGR tested at New Smyrna with their No. 17 NKNPSE car, the first race on the schedule, with Gibbs at the wheel, resulting in the above penalties.

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