SAD NEWS: NASCAR Announce Chase $23 million Fine for Supporting Bubba Wallace’s for striking Alex Bowman in Chicago Street Race

NASCAR does not sanction Chase Elliott for his behavior in Chicago in 2024.
Chase Elliott is conspicuously absent from the NASCAR penalty report for the Chicago Street Course race weekend. NASCAR declared on Wednesday morning that Bubba Wallace will pay a $50,000 punishment for striking Alex Bowman following the checkered flag. With the window net down, Bowman made contact with the wall on his driver’s side.

After investigating Elliott’s relationship with Daniel Suarez, the sport concluded that nothing should come of it. After the race, the driver of the No. 9 car approached Suarez and voiced his disapproval. There was no contact between the No. 99 car and the wall. In the end,

Despite Elliott’s track record dating back to Denny Hamlin in 2023, NASCAR felt there wasn’t enough to penalize him.

Fortunately, NASCAR determined that neither of the two instances warranted a point deduction, which would have a significant effect on the season’s outcome. While Elliott attempts to win the regular season, Wallace keeps up his efforts to qualify for the 2024 NASCAR playoffs. As he prepares for the playoffs, the driver of the No. 9 vehicle will now concentrate on the next six races.

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