Interesting read from MRN.
Hendrick Teams Under Scrutiny
By: Pete Pistone on August 21, 2012 | 2:40 P.M. EST
Some of Hendrick Motorsports’ competitors have begun to question the organization’s chassis setups being used in the Sprint Cup Series.
Penske Racing driver Brad Keselowski and team owner Jack Roush both referred to “tricks” being implemented by the Hendrick stable that may be providing an advantage.
“There are parts and pieces on the car that are moving after inspection that make the car more competitive,” Keselowski said after his second-place finish to Greg Biffle on Sunday at Michigan International Speedway. “Some guys have it, some don’t. There’s a question (as) to the interpretation of the rule. Penske Racing errs on the safe side because we don’t want to be the guys that get the big penalty.”
Keselowski was quick to point out he wasn’t accusing the Hendrick team of cheating or skirting the rule book.
Read more at MRN.com
WUPN: So are some teams skirting the rules? Is NASCAR giving some teams a pass on rule violations? Would a small team get fined first before the big teams? Naw, nothing here, move along.