NASCAR hopes to make gray areas a thing of the past, improve its outdated appeals process and make the sport more fan friendly through technology with a new wide-ranging initiative introduced Monday.
NASCAR announced on Wednesday there will be no penalties for the 31 teams caught with altered roof-flap spacers last weekend at Daytona International Speedway.
Reigning Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski lost points off the track for the second time this season.
Tony Stewart made a late out outside pass on Juan Pablo Montoya and held on Sunday at Dover International Speedway to snap a 30-race winless streak.
NASCAR president Mike Helton insists the governing body did not have its power undermined by recent reductions in penalties through the appeal process.
Penske Racing won a partial victory Tuesday in its final appeal to have penalties against the Sprint Cup teams of Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano overturned or reduced.
Penske Racing on Wednesday lost its initial appeal of penalties against the Sprint Cup teams of reigning champion Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano.
The National Stock Car Racing panel will hear on May 8 the Joe Gibbs Racing appeal of penalties on Matt Kenseth's Sprint Cup team.
Matt Kenseth says the penalties NASCAR levied against his Sprint Cup team and Joe Gibbs Racing were "grossly unfair'" and "borderline shameful."
Johnny Sauter lost the lead in the Truck Series standings Wednesday when NASCAR docked him 25 points for a modified fuel cell found during inspection last weekend at Kansas Speedway.
Sprint Cup driver Matt Kenseth was penalized 50 points in the standings and his crew chief was suspended for six races and fined $200,000 after the engine from the winning No. 20 car at Kansas Speedway failed a secondary postrace inspection.
Penske Racing's appeal of penalties issued to reigning Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano will be held on May 1.
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.
Three-time Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart will not be penalized for instigating a post-race fight on pit road or his profanity-laced comments about Joey Logano on Sunday at Auto Club Speedway.
NASCAR says there was no intent to squelch the "boys have at" mentality the sport sought to recapture a few years ago with heavy penalties levied last weekend at Phoenix.
NASCAR won't penalize Kurt Busch for ignoring stop order after Talladegea wreck .