NASCAR issued no penalties this week after the triple header weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, but the National Motorsports Appeals Panel did hear a case and make a ruling over an appeal.

After the Camping World Truck Series race on Friday night, NASCAR disqualified the Front Row Motorsports number 38 truck driven by Zane Smith when it was discovered that not all of the lug nuts were properly secured as is stated in the rule book. As a result, the truck was disqualified from its second place finish and placed in last place.

Front Row appealed the ruling, to the three panel Appeals board of Dixon Johnston, Lake Speed, and Cathy Rice. The Panel upheld NASCAR’s decision and the penalty will stand.

Since the appeal was over a disqualification, Front Row cannot make an appeal the Final Appeals Office.