Two Team Penske crew chiefs to miss Dover race

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Team Penske’s Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski each will be without their crew chief Sunday at Dover International Speedway, the team confirmed Tuesday.

Paul Wolfe, crew chief for Logano, will serve a one-race suspension because Logano’s car had two lug nuts not safe and secure after Sunday’s race at Darlington Raceway. Jonathan Hassler, an engineer at Team Penske, will serve as Keselowski’s crew chief at Dover.

Hassler served in that role for Matt DiBenedetto and Wood Brothers Racing at Martinsville when crew chief Greg Erwin was out because of coronavirus.

Keselowski will be without crew chief Jeremy Bullins for a second consecutive race. The team states Bullins is out for “precautionary team protocols.” Grant Hutchens, a Team Penske engineer, will again serve as the crew chief for Keselowski this weekend.

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