NASCAR issues warnings to Camping World Truck, Xfinity teams

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NASCAR has issued warnings to two Camping World Truck and one Xfinity Series team following last weekend’s races at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park and Darlington Raceway.

The truck teams of Tyler Young and John Hunter Nemechek were each issued their first written warnings after their truck trailing arms were found not to meet rule specifications. The infractions were found during opening day inspection at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park.

Nemechek won the Chevrolet Silverado 250 on Sunday afternoon while Young finished 28th.

There were no penalties issued to Nemechek or Cole Custer for their actions following the checkered flag. The two made repeated contact coming to the finish line, and Custer, who finished second, ran out onto the track and tackled Nemechek to express his displeasure.

Also given a written warning, their second, was the Xfinity team of Ryan Preece. The No. 01 failed the Laser Inspection Station twice during pre-race inspection at Darlington.

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