Kelly Heaphy, the girlfriend of Mike Skeen and the woman who slapped Max Papis after Sunday's Camping World Truck Series race at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, has been fined $2,500 and suspended from NASCAR events indefinitely.
Skeen's crew chief, Bryan Berry, was also fined $2,500.
In the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Bryan Berry, crew chief of the No. 6 team, has been fined $2,500 for violating Sections 12-1 and 9-4A (Crew chief assumes responsibility for the actions of his team members) following Sunday’s race at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
Kelly Heaphy, who was with the No. 6 team at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, has been fined $2,500 and denied access to all NASCAR events indefinitely for her involvement in an altercation with a competitor following Sunday’s race.
Heaphy slapped Papis after he and Skeen made contact on the track in the final corner of the race. Papis was unhappy with the contact and he and Skeen gestured and drove alongside each other on the cool-down lap back to the pits. Before Papis got out of his truck, someone attempted to get to him before being tackled, and Heaphy slapped Papis after a post-race interview.
The confrontation between the teams also continued after that, as Papis went to Skeen's hauler. According to Skeen, Papis tried to pull Heaphy down the stairs to get to Skeen while Papis said he moved her aside. Papis also says he suffered a dislocated jaw from the slap.
Chase Elliott won the race after contact with Ty Dillon in the final corner, just moments before Skeen and Papis crashed there.