Las Vegas drivers, engine builders penalties announced

LAS VEGAS - Legends Cars drivers Spencer Clark, T.J. Clark and Justin Johnson have been suspended from LVMS Legends track point events. Rick Keller of Keller Racing Engines has been suspended from attending NASCAR Late Model events at the Bullring...

LAS VEGAS - Legends Cars drivers Spencer Clark, T.J. Clark and Justin Johnson have been suspended from LVMS Legends track point events. Rick Keller of Keller Racing Engines has been suspended from attending NASCAR Late Model events at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Spencer Clark's suspension is a result of rough driving in the Legends Cars main event Saturday. He is suspended from all LVMS point races until May 4.

T.J. Clark's suspension is a result of rough driving in the Legends Cars main event Saturday. He is suspended from all LVMS point races until May 4.

Johnson's suspension is a result of rough driving in the Legends Cars main event Saturday. He is suspended from all LVMS point races until March 30.

The Clarks and Johnson violated rule 1-1.13 of the 2002 Bullring Rulebook, which states, "Any driver who is observed causing other drivers to spin or lose control of their car during a race or cool-down lap may be warned, fined, disqualified and/or suspended indefinitely."

Keller's suspension is a result of actions during the NASCAR Late Model's post-race technical inspection Saturday. He is suspended from the next six NASCAR Late Model races and is not permitted to return to the Bullring until June 22.

Keller violated rule 3-3.3 of the Bullring Rulebook, which states, "LVMS will not tolerate profanity, discourteous gestures or behavior deemed detrimental to the betterment of the sport in front of fans or race officials."

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