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- Norris was suspended indefinitely, while crew chiefs Brian Pattie, Scott Miler and Chad Johnston were placed on probation until December 31.
- Further suspicion arose during the video replays, as the radio communications between Bowyer and crew chief Brian Pattie showed they were openly worried about the possibility of Newman winning and eliminating Truex from the Chase on lap 391, two laps before Bowyer spun.
- On lap 212, Montoya's crew chief Brian Pattie requested he conserve fuel so he could try to finish the race.
- Both drivers along with crew chiefs Alan Gustafson and Brian Pattie were summoned to the Oval Office.
- During the Miami weekend event, NASCAR fined Gordon's crew chief Alan Gustafson $50,000 for not controlling his driver and crews from committing the wreck, Clint Bowyer's crew chief Brian Pattie $35,000 for swearing on TV and Hendrick $5000 for not controlling his driver.
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