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Connor Hall’s Langley shocks clear NASCAR inspection

Connor Hall has not lost a single Late Model Stock race he has entered at Langley Speedway over the past year, across both the NASCAR Weekly Series and CARS Tour competition.

Following his most recent sweep of a pair of races, the Speedway sent his front shocks to the NASCAR R&D department for a closer look but nothing untoward was found and the results were confirmed.

A track statement released the following details:

On June 8th, after the final LMSC event, our technical inspection included the disassembly and inspection of the left and right front shocks on the #77. Once the inspection was complete, our inspection team chose to get a second opinion from NASCAR on the parts from the #77 and our inspection process. After consultation with NASCAR, all parts and our process were deemed in compliance. We would like thank all involved for working with us to ensure we are doing the best possible for our competitors.

It’s worth noting that this is a common practice amongst NASCAR Home Track member facilities. As part of its sanctioning agreement, tracks can send any part to R&D if it does not have the equipment to properly manage or inspect certain parts, especially as Cup Series trickle down technology makes its way into weekly racing.

Hall continues to lead the championship standings in both the CARS Tour and NASCAR Weekly Series national standings, the latter of which would be his second in a row.

Matt Weaver is the owner and founder of Short Track Scene. Weaver grew up in the sport, having raced himself before becoming a reporter in college at the University of South Alabama. He also has extensive experience covering NASCAR, IndyCar and Dirt Sprint Cars.

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