NASCAR – William Byron fired from racing ?

NASCAR officials passed two major penalties for harsh driving on Tuesday, docking William Byrne and Ty Gibbs for their jobs in separate incidents in the final end of the week's Cup Series race at Texas Engine Speedway.

Byrne was hit with a 25-point penalty in both the driver and group proprietor standings for kicking Denny Hamlin out of position during a late-race

alert period at Sunday's Autotrader Ecopark Auto 500 - a discipline that crucial season finishers suggest. gives. He was also fined $50,000.

Byron was third in the Cup Series End of the Season games with a 17-pointpad on the disposal line before punishment.

Gibbs, in his tenth Cup Series debut for dashing 23XI instead of the damaged Kurt Bush, was fined $75,000 for driving around in Ty Dillon's No. 42 Trivial GMC Chevrolet on Pitt Street.

Gibbs, 19, was not given a focused punishment as he is an Xfinity Series customary that does not gather the Cup Series focus.

Nevertheless, their number 23 Toyota Group was given a 25-point derivation in the proprietor standings.

This is the second time this year that Gibbs has been punished for dangerous driving on Pitt Street.

Hamlin said: "I'll add it to the list of people whenever I I get the opportunity. They'll get it.

In addition, competition officials endlessly suspended Patrick Briody for disobeying NASCAR Substance Abuse Tactics - Sections 4.1 and 10.1.A in the NASCAR Rulebook.

Briody is listed in the Xfinity Series as a specialist for our Motorsports No. 02 Group and in the About Team Authority group's list.