NASCAR suspends Osborne, Hill and Smith from Bowman Gray competition

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WINSTON-SALEM — NASCAR has suspended one driver and two crew members for an incident inside the pit area at Bowman Gray Stadium on June 18.

Joe Ryan Osborne has been suspended for three Bowman Gray race meets, and David Hill and Randell Smith have been suspended for two.

The three drivers were also placed on probation for the remainder of the 2016 season.

The penalties apply to competition in Bowman Gray Stadium’s NASCAR Whelen All-American Series events and will not affect competition in other NASCAR series.

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