June 5, 2011 by staff
Richard Childress, NASCAR president Mike Helton said the move Richard Childress Sunday at Kansas Speedway as NASCAR would limit penalty assessed against the owner of the team of an altercation with Kyle Busch.
Helton also said the punishment would be likely to Childress, who confronted Busch after Saturday’s Camping World Truck Series race at Kansas. Helton did not reveal details of the incident, but several reports indicate Childress got physical in the row and could take some hits in the Busch.
Helton said NASCAR found no evidence that Busch had started the argument or was the aggressor. Childress apparently became angry after his Toyota Busch rubbed against Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet Joey Coulter on the cooldown lap of the race on Saturday. Busch was approved by Coulter on the last lap.
Helton said Busch did not do anything on or off the court with violating the terms of his probation. That the punishment was applied to Busch and Kevin Harvick, another of Childress’ drivers for a pit road altercation May 7 after the Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway.
A NASCAR spokesman said Childress would not be allowed in the pit lane during today’s Sprint Cup and will probably be limited to carriers of their equipment during the STP 400.
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