NASCAR upset a triumph out of the blue under its toughened new strategy on conning when Brett Moffitt was pronounced the victor of the Truck Series race at Iowa Speedway after Ross Chastain bombed a post-race assessment.
Chastain drove the last 141 laps of Sunday’s 200-lap race, however arrangement overseeing executive Brad Moran said the triumphant No. 44 was too low when it was estimated with NASCAR’s tallness sticks.
“The tallness sticks have cautioning yellows in them and reds, and it was ideal off of every one of them, so tragically it was amazingly low,” Moran said.
The exclusion was the first under exacting new principles set up toward the beginning of this season to dissuade the way of life of bamboozling — and it conveyed a genuinely necessary success for Moffitt, a local Iowan dashing at the place where he grew up track.