JR Motorsports has won the appeal over the penalty inflicted to Noah Gragson on NASCAR’s Xfinity Race at Darlington this past Saturday.

Gragson was disqualified from the race at Darlingon after NASCAR said his car failed post-race inspection, violating a rule on how the suspension should be mounted. “All suspension mounts and mounting hardware must not allow movement or realignment of any suspension and/or drivetrain component beyond normal rotation or suspension and/or drivetrain travel,” reads the regulations.

JR Motorsports had appealed the decision and appeal officer Roger Werner accepted it, reversing NASCAR’s decision. He, however did not provide a justification to his decision.

Gragson has been given back his 4th place finish at Darlington a his $100k Dash 4 Cash bonus he had won.

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