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NASCAR America: Comparing severity of Harvick, Keselowski and Allmendinger penalties

The NASCAR America crew discusses which team got hit the hardest after NASCAR assessed Brad Keselowski, Kevin Harvick and A.J. Allmendinger penalties.

NASCAR handed out two crew chief suspensions in the Cup this week following the race weekend in Phoenix while another was upheld on appeal.

Brad Keselowski’s crew chief, Paul Wolfe, was suspended three races and the team was docked 35 driver and owners points for failing weights and measurements in post-race inspection.

Kevin Harvick’s crew chief, Rodney Childers, was suspended one race and the team docked 10 driver and owner points for an unapproved track bar slider assembly.

The penalties for AJ Allmendinger’s team, including the suspension of crew chief Randall Burnett, was upheld after an appeal.

The NASCAR America crew debates which team is hurt the most by their penalties.