Larson's NASCAR inspection woes continue

Posted July 16, 2017

Kyle Larson is making a habit of flunking NASCAR inspections.

Hampshire Motor Speedway and had his winning time tossed out for yet another infraction. Larson will start in 39th and final position on Sunday.

Martin Truex Jr. will start first on Sunday. "But looking forward to starting front and having a good pit selection". His auto failed to clear pre-qualifying inspection last week at Kentucky. NASCAR said there would be no additional penalties.

He had raced to the top of the field without his suspended crew chief, turning a lap of 133.324 miles per hour to win his fourth pole of the season.

There will be no further penalties for Larson's team.

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Johnston accepted his supension and fine while his driver was docked 35 driver points and Chip Ganassi Racing lost 35 owner points. Tony Lunders served as the interim crew chief.

Former crew chief and current NASCAR on NBC analyst Steve Letarte explains how Larson's auto was deemed legal and then illegal in a matter of hours and a handful of laps.

"I am really excited to get to New Hampshire", Byron said. "Yeah, a big penalty so it must have been something important in their eyes". Truex was awarded the Coors Light pole, his first of the season.

Truex has the pole and the rest of the field moved up a spot.

Johnson, the seven-time Cup champion, starts in the top five for the first time this season.

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"This is the continuation of what we started in 2015, when we started figuring things out as a group".

Rookie Erik Jones, Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin, Kurt Busch and Brad Keselowski completed the top 10 in qualifying Friday.

With 15 minutes remaining in the session, Kyle Busch remained on top followed by Truex, Hamlin, Larson, Elliott, Johnson, Suarez, Blaney, Kenseth and Jones. "I wish I had a theory".

"We've got great race cars, we've got a great team and everything is clicking", said Truex.

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