NASCAR Image Of The Week: NASCAR Clarifies 'Boys, Have At It' Once And For All

Following Kyle Busch's deliberate wrecking of Ron Hornaday Jr. during Friday night's truck race at Texas Motor Speedway, NASCAR harshly disciplined the skilled yet temperamental driver, parking him for the remainder of the weekend, fining him $50,000 and placing him on probation.

Furthermore, to refute any allegations that the now-famous 'Boys, Have At It' disciplinary policy is vague, ambiguous or inconsistently enforced, NASCAR has offered up a thorough, comprehensive and very detailed diagram explaining the specific protocol of the policy.

It was exclusively obtained, naturally, by our satirist @nascarcasm. Check it out:

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NOTE: The above diagram is a follow-up to the diagram issued by NASCAR earlier in the year, which further detailed the specifics of the 'Boys, Have At It' policy following the Kevin Harvick/Kyle Busch post-race altercation on pit road at Darlington.

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