Joe Gibbs Racing won't pursue exclusions of Nos. 11, 18 at Pocono

NASCAR reported on Monday that Joe Gibbs Racing won't pursue the exclusions of the Nos. 11 and 18 vehicles at Pocono Raceway.

In this way, the outcomes from Sunday will remain with Chase Elliott the victor of the M&M's Fan Appreciation 400.

Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch at first completed first and second, separately, in Sunday's race,

however were both excluded when NASCAR found issues with the vehicles in post-race assessment.

The DQs knock third-place finisher Chase Elliott up to initially put, 

Giving the Hendrick Motorsports driver his fourth triumph of the 2022 season.

NASCAR Cup Series Managing Director Brad Moran said the front sash on both JGR passages was the wellspring of the issues prompting the preclusions.

 Subsequently, Hamlin and Busch were given credit for completions of 35th and 36th, individually.

Both Joe Gibbs Racing drivers are still inside the 16-driver season finisher field in the standings after Pocono.

Hamlin has two triumphs this season (Richmond and Charlotte) and Busch has one (Bristol Dirt).