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NASCAR has issued a P4 level punishment to Michael Waltrip Racing, but team plans to appeal
It took 135 laps of Chicagoland for NASCAR’s Chase to truly ignite as Kevin Harvick and Jimmie Johnson banged fenders, giving Harvick a tire rub that later sent him into the wall. Whose fault was it?
Momentum is with the No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing team, and Denny Hamlin's strongest tracks are still to come.
Kevin Harvick finished 42nd at Chicagoland, crashing after contact with Jimmie Johnson cut down his left rear tire.
The second of three practice sessions planned for Sprint Cup competitors has been completed at Chicagoland Speedway.
With storms closing in on the speedway, Friday morning's practice results could double as the starting lineup for Sunday's race.
The debate regarding restarts rages on and NASCAR plans to address the issue prior to Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Chicagoland.