NASCAR issues warnings to nine Sprint Cup teams at Dover

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NASCAR issued warnings to one Xfinity and nine Sprint Cup teams last weekend at Dover International Speedway.

In the Sprint Cup Series:

Paul Menard‘s team was given its fourth warning after failing the Laser Inspection Station three times before qualifying. Menard’s team lost its pit stall pick at Dover, but the team will lose 15 minutes of practice this weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Kevin Harvick‘s team received its fourth warning after failing the Laser Inspection Station before qualifying. It lost its pit stall pick at Dover.

Michael Annett‘s team received its fourth warning after failing the Laser Inspection Station before qualifying. It lost its pit stall pick at Dover.

AJ Allmendinger‘s team received its fourth warning after failing the Laser Inspection Station before qualifying. It lost its pit stall pick at Dover.

The No. 88 Hendrick Motorsports team, which had Jeff Gordon in the car at Dover, received its fourth warning after failing the Laser Inspection Station before qualifying. It lost its pit stall pick at Dover.

Carl Edwards‘ team received its third warning after failing the Laser Inspection Station before qualifying.

Trevor Bayne‘s team received its third warning after failing the Laser Inspection Station before qualifying.

David Ragan’s team received its third warning after failing the Laser Inspection Station before qualifying.

Josh Wise‘s team received its second warning after failing the Laser Inspection Station three times before the race. The team also will lose 15 minutes of practice at Charlotte.

In the Xfinity Series, Erik Jones‘ team received its first warning after failing template inspection three times before the race.