After the doubleheader races at Richmond Raceway on Sept 11, a total of three teams were fined for lug nut violations.

In the Xfinity Series, after the Go Bowling 250, NASCAR found that the number 20 Joe Gibbs Racing car driven by Harrison Burton had on lug nut improperly secured. As a result, crew chief Jason Ratcliff was fined $5,000.

After the Federated Auto Parts 400 Salute to First Responders, two teams were charged with penalties relating to lug nuts.

In the post-race inspection process, NASCAR officials found that the race winning number 19 Joe Gibbs Racing car driven by Martin Truex Jr had one lug nut improperly secured and has fined crew chief James Small $10,000.

NASCAR officials found two lug nuts improperly secured on the Spire Motorsports number 77 car driven by Justin Haley. NASCAR has fined crew chief Kevin Bellicourt $20,000 and has suspended him from the next points race which is at Bristol Speedway on Saturday night.