NASCAR officials said Thursday that Hendrick Motorsports’ appeal of penalties handed to all four of its Cup Series race teams will be heard Wednesday, March 29.
NASCAR penalized each of Hendrick Motorsports’ four Cup Series teams — along with the No. 31 team of Kaulig Racing — with L2-level penalties for unapproved parts modifications. Each crew chief was fined $100,000 and suspended for four races, and each team was further penalized with the loss of 100 team and driver points and 10 playoff points (with the exception of the No. 9, which did not lose driver points because it had a substitute driver who earns Xfinity Series points).
— NASCAR.com —