The Roval turned out to be a wild and crazy place for the Xfinity and Cup Series drivers this last weekend with exploding turtles, renewed feuds, and record breaking wins.

On October 12, NASCAR revealed that a total of four teams were charged with penalties during the post race inspection process. All of the penalties were lug nut related with one resulting in a suspension.

In the Xfinity Series, the number eleven Kaulig Racing car driven by Justin Haley was found to have one lug nut improperly secured. As a result, crew chief Alex Yontz was fined $5,000.

In the Cup Series, Crew chief Chris Gabehart for the number eleven Joe Gibbs Racing car driven by Denny Hamlin and crew chief Scott Graves for the number 17 Roush Fenway Racing car driven by Chris Buescher were each fined $10,000 for having one lug nut improperly secured.

The biggest penalty of the week went to the Joe Gibbs Racing number 18 car driven by Kyle Busch whom NASCAR officials found had two lug nuts improperly secured during the post race inspection process. As a result, crew chief Ben Beshore has been fined $20,000 and has been suspended from the upcoming race at Texas Motor Speedway this weekend.