Two Xfinity crew chiefs ejected under new tech policy

Two Xfinity crew chiefs ejected under new tech policy

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Two Xfinity crew chiefs ejected under new tech policy

NASCAR ejected three Xfinity Series crew members for the remainder of the weekend at Daytona International Speedway.

Under its new at-track deterrence model, NASCAR officials ejected crew chief Nick Harrison and car chief Michael Scearce of the No. 3 Richard Childress Racing team. NASCAR stated a rear suspension violation was discovered during inspection.

Austin Dillon is scheduled to drive the car in today’s PowerShares QQQ 300.

Mike Harmon’s crew chief, Robert Scott, was also ejected after the No. 74 car failed pre-qualifying inspection four times. NASCAR did not let either car qualify this morning. As a result, Harmon will miss the race and Dillon makes the race on owner points.

Any additional penalties for these two teams will be announced next week.

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