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NASCAR Cup: Kyle Busch, Kyle Larson first penalized for post-race swerving

By AMANDA VINCENT Late last month, NASCAR decided to crack down on the practice by NASCAR Sprint Cup teams/drivers of swerving their cards post-race in an attempt to get their cars inside tolerances allowable by the NASCAR rulebook, increasing their chances of passing post-race laser inspection with cars previously out of tolerance. Since warning drivers [...]
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