“It is an unfortunate situation Aaron Reutzel created for everyone involved,” World of Outlaws CEO Brian Carter said. “The severity of the penalty was weighed heavily and reflects the seriousness with which we considered the violations and infractions.”
For the violations, Participant/Driver Reutzel has been fined $10,000, which must be paid by Aug. 28, 2021, or he will be subject to additional penalties/fines. Reutzel also will be deducted 1,000 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series 2021 Championship Driver Points. Furthermore, Reutzel is suspended from World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series competition for 30 days from the July 31, 2021, infraction date.
In addition, Roth Motorsports is fined $10,000 and deducted 500 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Championship Owner Points. Roth Motorsports is not suspended from competition, but the fine must be paid prior to participating in the next event. Reutzel and Roth Motorsports will be on probation for the remainder of the 2021 World of Outlaws racing season and the entire 2022 World of Outlaws racing season. Any subsequent violations will result in enhanced penalties/fines.
For the full story and a listing of the specific violations, check this article by Chris Dolack: