Bubba Wallace’s Spotter Reacts to a Driver After Apparent Cheating

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A recent NASCAR event has stirred controversy, with Bubba Wallace's spotter, Freddie Kraft, expressing astonishment at the handling of a blatant cheating incident.


The Incident

The incident occurred at the Milwaukee Mile, where Ty Majeski, the driver of the #98 Ford F-150, was penalized for a confiscated right rear wheel. NASCAR officials intervened, sending Crew Chief Joe Shear away and pushing the team to the back of the field.


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Freddie Kraft discussed this incident on the "Door Bumper Clear" podcast, expressing surprise at NASCAR's response. The incident sparked a debate on the fine line between innovation and rule-breaking, and whether NASCAR should legalize tire bleeding.

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Consequences

As a result, NASCAR announced a hefty L2 penalty. Majeski lost 75 driver points and 5 playoff points. The #98 team also lost 75 owner points and 5 playoff points. Joe Shear was fined $25,000.

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