NASCAR Suspends Myers and Brown after Bowman Gray Incident

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Officials announced penalties for Jonathan Brown and Jason Myers for their altercation that happened on Saturday, July 27th.

NASCAR brought down the hammer and hit both Brown and Myers with the following penalties. Brown and Myers have been fined $1,000 and suspended for this weeks event.

“NASCAR has penalized Jason Myers and Jonathan Brown $1,000 apiece and both are suspended from next Whelen All-American Series event at Bowman Gray Stadium for their on-track actions there during last weekend’s NWAAS event.” A tweet read on the NASCAR HomeTracks twitter account.

The two drivers had incidents that happened on July 27th during both 25 lap races, after the contact in the second race, both drivers hit each other and came to a rest in turn three. Then Bowman Gray Stadium track officials and Winston-Salem Police Officers separate the two drivers.

Both drivers can return to Bowman Gray Stadium next weekend August 10th for the always crazy and exciting twin 50 lap races.

About the Author

Justin Mincey was born into a racing family and raised on both asphalt and dirt racing, but has always loved asphalt racing. Over a decade he started keeping track of Bowman Gray Stadium stats and researching the history of the track. He’s been the unofficial historian of Bowman Gray Stadium for 4 years now. He has aspirations of working in the Nascar Hall of Fame.