Gordon and Johnson nabbed

By: Assoicated Press
By: Assoicated Press

SONOMA, Calif. (AP) -- The cars driven by Jeff Gordon and Jimmie
Johnson failed initial inspection and will not be allowed to
practice or qualify today for Sunday's NASCAR Nextel Cup race at
Infineon Raceway.
NASCAR spokesman Ramsey Poston says both the Number-24 and
Number-48 Chevrolets of Hendrick Motorsports had modifications to
the front fenders "found to be outside NASCAR tolerances."
No further penalties or suspensions were announced, and Poston
says the teams will be allowed to repair their cars and try to get
them through inspection. Since they will not be allowed to qualify,
both cars will have to start from the rear of the 43-car field if
they pass inspection.


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  • by davidmosier Location: aiken on Jun 25, 2007 at 03:22 PM
    when they didnt pass why werent they allowed to try to fix it like micheal walltrip or some of the others micheal had wrong fuel and new it jeff and johnson were in the grey area drivers this day and time need a little area to work since nascar has so many rules the make the drivers have the same horses and shape they need somthing in order to get adavange on the track and if nascar is going to put rules up like that then when trere track tears up drivers cars like jeffs they should get a fine to to fix up the drivers cars example the track broke put a whole in jeffs bumper the field should have been frozen and jeff got back where he was
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