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DOVER, DEL. -- Brad Keselowski and Penske Racing face potential penalties after the front end of the No. 2 Ford was found to be too low in inspection following Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Dover International Speedway.
Keselowski finished fifth in the race to move up two spots to eighth in the standings.
If penalized, it would be the second time this season. Keselowski was docked 25 points after NASCAR discovered an unapproved rear end housing before the April race at Texas.
Penske Racing appealed that infraction, which included a six-race suspension to crew chief Paul Wolfe, car chief Jerry Kelley, engineer Brian Wilson and competition director Travis Geisler.
The point deduction was upheld, but the suspensions were reduced to two point races, with Dover being the first race back.