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Is NASCAR Setting a Double Standard?

Following the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte on Saturday, NASCAR fined two of the four drivers involved in the epic post-race fireworks on Tuesday, according to Nate Ryan of USA Today.Brad Keselowski was fined $50,000 and Tony Stewart was fined $25,000. Both drivers were placed on probation through to the Phoenix race on November 9.Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Denny Hamlin and Matt Kenseth, both of whom were also involved in the post-race activities in the garage, weren't punished.An argument can be made as to how the punishments for Stewart and Keselowski were justified. For one, Keselowski seemed out of control chasing down Hamlin on the cool-down lap, attempting to spin the No. 11 out before ramming the No. 20 of Kenseth and the No....

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