Series Director statement on No. 99 Ford

Craftsman Truck Series Director Wayne Auton statement; No. 99 Ford post-Kansas Race. Statement from NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Director Wayne Auton regarding the No. 99 Ford of Carl Edwards failing the minimum height requirement during ...

Craftsman Truck Series Director Wayne Auton statement; No. 99 Ford post-Kansas Race.

Statement from NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Director Wayne Auton regarding the No. 99 Ford of Carl Edwards failing the minimum height requirement during Saturday's post-race inspection for the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race at Kansas Speedway:

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (July 8, 2004) - "After reviewing and evaluating the parts that NASCAR officials secured from the No. 99 truck of Carl Edwards, NASCAR has reached the conclusion that the first-lap accident in which he was involved was the direct cause for the truck failing the minimum height requirement during post-race inspection. As a result of those findings, there will be no penalties assessed."

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Series NASCAR Truck
Drivers Carl Edwards