Denny Hamlin said Friday that he believes NASCAR was disrespectful by not contacting him before fining him $25,000 over critical comments about the new race car.
Denny Hamlin was fined $25,000 by NASCAR on Thursday for criticizing the new Gen-6 race car after last week’s race at Phoenix.
Ward received a letter from the league on Wednesday informing him of the penalty for hitting Cowboys wide receiver Kevin Ogletree.
Tweeting from the car isn’t that cool with NASCAR: Keselowski was fined $25,000 on Monday for tweeting during the red-flag at Phoenix International Raceway.
“I never had a problem with the hit,’’ said Lee, adding that there’s no “vendetta’’ feeling harbored by him towards Tate. “It’s part of football. It happens.
The vicious and illegal crackback block administered to Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee by Seahawks receiver Golden Tate will result in a $21,000 fine to Tate, sources say.
“We’re working on using that (dollar) figure as a target for a really good cause,’’ Smith told me Wednesday. “There’s a way we can all pitch in and help people.’’
Motorists in the city of Dallas who drive through school bus stop-arm warnings will soon have to dig into their pockets to pay for the infraction.
It is, in a sense, the best $15,750 that Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle Tyron Smith will ever spend.
If you are avoiding paying a ticket in Dallas, then you are part of what the city sees as a multimillion dollar problem. Of the $43 million worth of fines and ticket charges handed out last year, only $13 million was collected.
NASCAR has penalized two championship contending teams for problems found during qualifying at Daytona.
IndyCar has levied $275,000 in fines to 13 different teams, including Indianapolis 500 pole-sitter Ryan Briscoe.