The fuel injection system reared it’s ugly head again in Las Vega, apparently helping to ruin what could have been a win or certainly a very good finish for Brad Keselowski of Penske Racing, who experienced fuel pick-up issues that finally took a toll and relegated him to a 32nd place finish.
Teammate AJ Allmendinger experienced the same issues but worse, spending time in the garage, while his crew changed parts and tried to figure out what was going on with the EFI, finally swapping out the entire electronic fuel injection system.
According to MRN and Sirrius Radio Host Dave Moody, who I talked with on Friday, teams will eventually get this figured out. My question is , by the time that happens will there be drivers who have lost solid opportunities in races were they had great cars and subsequently adversely affected their entire season?
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