KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - Richard Petty believes that someone must have told NASCAR about the unapproved parts that Penske Racing brought to Texas Motor Speedway for last weekend's race.
The NASCAR veteran said Friday at Kansas Speedway that Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano had already passed ``two or three inspections and hadn't been caught,'' leading him to believe that someone must have told NASCAR about the changes to their rear-end housings.
NASCAR has penalized Penske Racing with six-race suspensions for seven crew members of Keselowski and Logano, along with $200,000 in fines and the loss of 25 championship points.
The suspensions are on hold as the team appeals, so the entire teams for Keselowski's No. 2 Ford and Logano's No. 22 are on hand at Kansas Speedway.

Recent NASCAR Discussions

NASCAR Odds

No NASCAR odds found

Nascar Top Stories

Thumbnail U.S. Cellular 250 Picks The NASCAR Xfinity Series caps off an exciting race day tonight with the U.S. Cellular 250. Here are some drivers to consider for this...
Thumbnail Pocono Mountains 150 Picks The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series kicks off a racing weekend at Pocono Raceway with the Pocono Mountains 150...
Thumbnail Pocono Mountains 150 Odds The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returns to competition on Saturday with the Pocono Mountains 150. Here is a...
Thumbnail U.S. Cellular 250 Odds The NASCAR Xfinity Series drives under the lights this weekend for the U.S. Cellular 250. Here is a look at the odds...
Thumbnail Pennsylvania 400 Odds The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series moves to the famous track of Pocono this week for the Pennsylvania 400. Here is a look at the odds to win...
More inNASCAR Articles