NASCAR will review video and take accounts of drivers and crew members before they announce any penalties following a wild night at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Contact between Brad Keselowski and Denny Hamlin turned into a fracas involving Matt Kenseth following the conclusion of the Bank of America 500.
Keselowski hit the cars of Kenseth and Tony Stewart on pit road. While Keselowski was able to get away from Hamlin – who was visibly upset – he could not get away from Matt Kenseth who engaged in a scuffle with the 2012 Sprint Cup Series champion between a pair of haulers.
“As always, we’ll look at everything…we’ll come up with something by Tuesday” said NASCAR vice president of competition Robin Pemberton when asked about any potential penalties.
NASCAR typically waits until Tuesday to announce any penalties or rules violations.