NASCAR issued a rules bulletin Wednesday stating that those who fail to comply with the sanctioning body’s COVID-19 event protocol guidelines could be fined as much as $50,000.
NASCAR has set specific guidelines for events, which include everyone in the infield wearing a mask and social distancing mandates.
Failure to follow those guidelines and any other directives issued by NASCAR will result in a fine of $10,000-$50,000 in Cup. The fine for such a violation in the Xfinity Series is between $5,000 – $25,000. The fine for such a violation in the Truck series is between $2,500 – $12,500.
NASCAR also stated that all competitors holding a valid NASCAR series driver or crew member/team administrative license are required to complete a NASCAR mandated e-learning tutorial by July 31, 2020 or within 90 days of license approval.
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