“We understand and accept NASCAR’s penalty to our No. 77 team. We will not appeal the unintentional infraction with the rear suspension and will move on with team engineer James Small taking over as the interim crew chief for the next two races."
|Our sources say that the #18 car of Kyle Busch was found to be illegal|
08/02/17 According to AR1.com sources, the #18 car of Kyle Busch was found to be illegal after Pocono during post-race inspection at the NASCAR R&D center.
The car did not meet the requirement that "Quarter Window air ducts must be sealed to prevent air from entering through any other source except the rear quarter window."
Will Busch be able to keep the win? Of course he will. Even though he won with an illegal car, and might not have if the car was legal, in NASCAR cheaters always get to keep their win. In other words cheaters prosper in NASCAR.
The #77 car of Erik Jones was also found to have a rear suspension violation similar to what the #22 car suffered at Richmond.