The autos of Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch and Erik Jones will start at the rear immediately after each individual car or truck unsuccessful inspection twice in advance of Saturday’s race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Busch enters the race 18 points higher than the cutline to transfer to the second spherical of the Cup playoffs. Saturday’s race (7:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN). Busch was to have started ninth.
This is the next playoff race in a row that Busch’s workforce has failed inspection two times in advance of the race and experienced to begin at the rear. Busch started off at the rear last weekend at Richmond. He concluded sixth.
Hamlin has presently sophisticated to the second round by means of points. He was to have started out seventh.
“We’ve got 500 laps,” he stated. “If we’re superior enough, we’ll get to the entrance. Not seriously as well worried about it in that perception.”
Jones is not in the playoffs. He would have started out 20th.
NASCAR also announced that the cars of Corey LaJoie and Bubba Wallace will start out at the rear for unapproved adjustments. JJ Yeley will go to the rear for a driver alter because he was not outlined on the preliminary entry checklist for the No. 15 car or truck.
Wallace was to have begun 27th. LaJoie was to have started out 30th. The No. 15 was to have begun 32nd with Brennan Poole as the driver.