Amid $400,000 Battle, Hendrick Motorsports Boss Jeff Gordon Exposes the Entire Grid While Questioning NASCAR’s 2022 Daytona 500 Hypocrisy

NASCAR’s bombshell on Hendrick Motorsports last week has created havoc all around. Obviously, the NASCAR Cup Series giants are quite upset with it. So much so, that Vice Chairman Jeff Gordon has exposed everyone in the pit road with his frustration.

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What did Jeff say?

“NASCAR said you are not allowed to touch and modify them [parts]. I guarantee you up and down this grid right here, there’s not a single car that hasn’t in some way touch or modified or done something to one of those single source [part] because the product that we are getting delivered to us, the quality is not up to the standard.”

Gordon slams NASCAR

Last season, NASCAR issued a directive asking teams to use a single-lug nut per wheel instead of the five-lug nuts used earlier. However, on the eve of the Daytona 500 race last year, the governing body confiscated some wheels from Team Penske and Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing, citing wheel modifications.

Jeff on the Daytona incident

“Yeah and we actually saw a similar situation last year with some wheels where a design was put in place and a modification happened. And yet there was no penalty whatsoever even though teams were told not to modify that part and that part was never raced either and you know prior to the race.“

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