Two NASCAR Nationwide Series Teams Penalized Following Post-Race Incidents At Richmond International Raceway

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (April 30, 2013) – Penalties have been levied to two NASCAR Nationwide Series teams as a result of their involvement in separate post-race incidents following last Friday’s race at Richmond International Raceway.

Thomas Costello and Michael Scearce, both crew members for the No. 2 team, have each been fined $15,000 and suspended from NASCAR until the completion of the next four NASCAR Nationwide Series Championship events. They have also been placed on NASCAR probation until Dec. 31. Both Costello and Scearce were found to be in violation of Section 12-1 (Actions detrimental to stock car racing. Involved in an altercation with another competitor after the race had concluded).

Drivers Nelson Piquet Jr. (No. 30 car) and Brian Scott (No. 2 car) have been placed on NASCAR probation until June 26 for violating Section 12-1 and their involvement in an on-track altercation with their two cars after the race had concluded.


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Crew chiefs Chris Carrier (No. 30 car) and Phil Gould (No. 2 car) have likewise been placed on NASCAR probation until June 26 as a result of the on-track incident between their two drivers.


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  1. And they criticize Piquet for taking defensive action when Scott and his thugs came into his area after the race. One of them probably had a tire iron right then. Stay away from someone if you don’t want your b—s kicked.

    He wasn’t cowardly, he was making good sense.

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