Kenseth Says Penalties Are 'Grossly Unfair'

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Kenseth Says Penalties Are 'Grossly Unfair'
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Matt Kenseth says the penalties NASCAR levied against his Sprint Cup team and Joe Gibbs Racing were "grossly unfair'" and "borderline shameful." Kenseth was penalized 50 points in the standings Wednesday, and his crew chief, Jason Ratcliff, was suspended for six races and fined $200,000 because a connecting rod in the engine of his Toyota weighed 2.7 grams under the minimum requirement following Sunday's win at Kansas Speedway.

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