On June 07th, 2014, Grand American Modified Driver Ed Vecchiarelli Jr. was penalized 5 positions in the feature event. In the post race tech inspection the #48 Grand American Modified was at an illegal weight.
There was an amendment to the 2014 Pure Stock rules that stated: I-76 Enduro cars are welcome under the I-76 rules, but must adhere to CNS gear and tire rules. Driver must provide a proof of participation by showing prior year points standings from I-76. This amendment as has been reversed it will no longer apply to the CNS Pure Stock rules.
On May 31st, 2014, Pro Truck Driver David Johnson was fined $200. The fine was issued as a result of Mr. Johnson’s conduct in entering a competitor’s pit stall on two different occasions in a hostile manner. There were no points or position penalties.
In the May 24th 2014 post race tech inspection, Super Late Model car #22 was found to have had illegal tread width. As a result, driver Chris Eggleston was was penalized and awarded last place points and last place purse. Mr. Eggleston requested an appeal of the ruling and posted the $250 appeal fee. Upon review, the tech committee findings upheld the original violation and enforced the penalty as issued.
During the May 3rd Super Stock race at CNS it was determined that the #19 Super Stock did not meet the tech standards to be considered a “legal” competitor. However with only 9 total cars in the pits the #19 car was allowed to run the event. The #19 car was awarded last place points and last place purse. Adjustments will be made to the points on the CNS website soon. Thank you for your understanding on this issue. –…