Corey Heim Fined $12500 and Docked 25 Points as Carson Hocevar Walks Away Scot-Free


MADISON, ILLINOIS – AUGUST 20: Carson Hocevar, driver of the #42 Premier Security Chevrolet, waits on the grid prior to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Toyota 200 presented by CK Power at Gateway Motorsports Park on August 20, 2021 in Madison, Illinois. (Photo by Jeff Curry/Getty Images)
In the aftermath of the intense showdown at the NASCAR Truck Series finale in Phoenix, Corey Heim is facing significant repercussions for his actions that led to the first of four overtimes in the race. NASCAR has officially imposed a fine of $12,500 on Heim and deducted 25 points from his tally as a result.
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The dramatic turn of events unfolded during the Friday night truck race, where Heim found himself at the center of a controversy after a collision with fellow driver Carson Hocevar with 3 laps to go in the race. The incident, which resulted in Heim triggering the first of four overtimes, left the motorsport community buzzing with speculation and debate.
What’s more, Carson Hocevar did not get any penalty for his mistake earlier in the race when he wrecked Corey Heim on lap 119. As a result, he moves up to third in the standings from the fourth spot.
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Renowned NASCAR journalist Bob Pockrass shared the breaking news via Twitter, stating, “NASCAR has fined Corey Heim $12,500 and docked him 25 points for his actions during the truck race Friday night.”
NASCAR’s decision to fine and dock points is a clear indication of the organization’s commitment to upholding fair and respectful competition within the sport.


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