While the NASCAR Cup Series ran their annual All Star race at Texas Motor Speedway last weekend, the Camping World Truck Series and the Xfinity Series both ran points races.
On June 15, NASCAR officials levied a penalty, a suspension, and issued a disqualification after those races.
In the Xfinity Series, the number eight JR Motorsports car driven by Josh Berry was charged with having one lug nut improperly secured during the post race inspection process. As a result of the infraction, crew chief Taylor Moyer was fined $5,000.
In the Camping World Truck Series, NASCAR has suspended Kyle Busch Motorsports employee Matthew Moermond for violating the Conduct guidelines in the NASCAR rule book. He was listed as a technical director for KBM.
During the post race inspection process, NASCAR officials discovered that the number 45 Niece Motorsports truck had an unapproved throttle body installed. As a result, the truck was disqualified from the race and putting driver Ross Chastain in last place.
Prior to the All Star race on Sunday, officials discovered that the number 42 car driven by Ross Chastain had a violation with his air ducts. As a result, NASCAR fined the team $25,000, ejected crew chief Phil Surgen, and put Chastian at the back of the field for the start of the All Star race. No further penalty was assessed to the team.