Jeremy Clements received a severe penalty from NASCAR earlier this week when it was discovered that his car had broken federation regulations.
According to a report from NASCAR.com, the No. 51 Jeremy Clements Racing Chevrolet in the NASCAR Xfinity Series received an L2-level penalty from NASCAR authorities.
Jeremy Clements received a harsh punishment after NASCAR discovered an issue with the intake manifold during the R&D Center disassembly, according to NASCAR writer Jeff Gluck.
"Clements loses 75 points, his Daytona victory is disqualified from the playoffs, and his crew chief is penalised with a $60,000 fine. Oh no, oh no, oh no."
"It shouldn't matter where an inspection went wrong. If NASCAR can remove a victory at the racetrack right away, it can do the same thing in the days that follow.
Why this victory is recognised whereas Denny Hamlin's victory at Pocono is incomprehensible "According to a NASCAR reporter.