A.J. Allmendinger credited with 37th place finish after failing inspection

A.J. Allmendinger appeared in the No. 10 car for Kaulig racing on Saturday at Watkins Glen and after initally finishing second, has now been credited with a 37th place finish.

Allmendinger’s Chevrolet was found to have a rear height violation.

The driver responded to the news on Twitter posting, “I can go into a full description of why it was low from contact early in the race on a restart. The issues we struggled with after cause track bar mount was bent and oil tank getting hung on the coil of the spring the rest of the race. But just doesnt f***ing matter. 💔💔💔💔

If this situation sounds familiar it is because Allmendinger was also disqualified while driving the No. 10 car in his other NASCAR Xfinity start this season at Daytona after initially finishing third.

Austin Cindric won the Zippo 200. The Monster Enery NASCAR Cup Series will run the Go Bowling at the Glen on Sunday. Chase Elliott, last year’s winner, will start the event on the pole.

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