UPDATES: Ryan Blaney Loses Crew Chief Jonathan Hassler for Four Races

UPDATE 2 (9-26-2022): Team Penske has now withdrawn their penalty appeal.  Hassler and the pit crew members will now miss Talladega, the Charlotte ROVAL, Las Vegas and Homestead.Team Penske has withdrawn its appeal to the four-race suspensions to Blaney crew chief Jonathan Hassler and crew members Graham Stoddard (jack) and Zachary Price (rear changer) for wheel coming off at Bristol. They will miss Dega Roval Vegas Homestead.— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) September 26, 2022UPDATE (9-23-2022): Team Penske will appeal the penalty to Ryan Blaney‘s team from last weekend‘s race at Bristol Motor Speedway, the organization confirmed Friday.The penalty would have caused Hassler and the pit crew members to miss all of the second round and the first race in the third round. With the appeal. Hassler, Stoddard and Price will be able to participate in Sunday‘s Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway (3:30 p.m. ET on USA Network.).— NBC Sports —Original Post (9-20-2022):NASCAR officials penalized the Team Penske No. 12 team Tuesday for a lost wheel during last Saturday‘s Cup Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway.As a result of the violation of Section in the NASCAR Cup Series Rule Book, officials issued four-race suspensions each to three team members — crew chief Jonathan Hassler, and pit-crew members Zachary Price (rear-tire changer) and Graham Stoddard (jack). Those suspensions are set to start this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway and end after the Oct. 16 event at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.— NASCAR.com —Click here to download the PDFbristol-penalties