KANSAS CITY, Kan. —
“The parts that we had were approved parts — they are concerned that we modified them,” Roger Penske said Saturday from the IndyCar race in Long Beach, Calif. “NASCAR felt what we had provided them for approval then these parts were different during the inspection process.”
No date for Penske’s appeal has been set.
“I don’t think I’ve been surprised by much of anything the last two or three days,” Keselowski said after qualifying 33rd for this weekend’s race. “But I think it’s really important to let the appeals process work out on its own. That’s why it exists.”