NASCAR fined Darrell Wallace Jr. $15,000 on Wednesday as a behavioral penalty under Sections 12.1; 12.8 a; 12.8.1 b of the NASCAR Rule Book. Those sections pertain to disciplinary action and NASCAR member conduct.

Wallace criticized NASCAR officials on social media following the XFINITYSeries’ Subway Firecracker 250 at Daytona International Speedway when expressing his displeasure with how the race ended. The finish was reviewed by NASCAR officials as the race ended under caution, and Aric Almirola was declared the winner.

Section 12.1 of the rule book deals with the general procedure for a violation of NASCAR rules.

Rule 12.8 a deals with NASCAR membership and member conduct.

Rule 12.8.1 b deals with potential penalties and details having to do with member conduct.

The XFINITY Series driver pilots the No. 6 Roush Fenway Racing Ford and is currently ninth in the series standings after a 20th-place finish at Daytona.

Also on this week’s penalty report: The No. 1 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team of Jamie McMurray was issued a written warning for failing the pre-race laser inspection system. This is the team’s second warning. After four warnings, a team loses its pit selection for the next applicable race.

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