NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Josh Williams has been suspended from competing in Saturday’s race at Circuit of The Americas, the sanctioning body announced Tuesday evening.
Separately, the No. 33 Ford team for driver Mason Massey in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series was hit with a trio of suspensions. Crew chief Gregory Rayl and crew members Matthew Crossman and Travis Armstrong have been suspended for the next three points events in the series for violation of Section 14.3.4 B; 22.214.171.124 D; 10.5.2.6.F: Safety Penalty for loss or separation of added ballast from the vehicle.
Additionally, Deandre Smith has received an indefinite suspension from NASCAR for violation of Sections 4.1 & 10.1.A, while owner/driver Cory Roper has been reinstated and is eligible to return to all NASCAR activity.
— NASCAR.com —
My statement following the announcement from @NASCAR. pic.twitter.com/aCJrg8EY4B
— Josh Williams (@Josh6williams) March 21, 2023
— DGM Racing (@dgm_racing_) March 21, 2023
A statement on todays penalties: pic.twitter.com/omtXUu21Z0
— Reaume Brothers Racing (@RBR_Teams) March 21, 2023