After a wild weekend of racing that included a wreck that clearly was caused to affect the outcome of the race, a fight on pit road that NASCAR said is under review, and a historic ride along the outside wall; the only penalty assessed in the penalty report was a lug nut violation.

In post race inspection after the Dead On Tools 250 Saturday afternoon where Ty Gibbs took out teammate Brandon Jones so that he could win the race, it was found that the number 54 car had a single lug nut improperly secured.  The infraction resulted in crew chief Chris Gayle was fined $5,000.

In post race inspection after the Cup Series Xfinity 500, NASCAR disqualified the Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing number six car driven by Brad Keselowski for not meeting the minimal weight requirements.  Keselowski had driven the number six car to a fourth place finish, but with the disqualification he was placed in last place, behind Tyler Reddick who lest the race early after not feeling well.

NASCAR has issued no updates on their review of the activities on pit road between Austin Hill and Matt Snider.