NASCAR Truck Series title contender Johnny Sauter has been suspended for one race subsequent to colliding with Austin Hill in Sunday's race at Iowa Speedway.
NASCAR reported on Tuesday that Sauter would be suspended from this current end of the week's race at Gateway, the eleventh round of the 2019 season.
Regardless of missing the race, Sauter will stay qualified for the arrangement playoffs insofar as he stays inside the main 20 of the present standings - in which he is right now eighth by and large.
On the 138th lap of 200 in Sunday's race at Iowa, Austin Hill hit Sauter at Turn 4 and sent Sauter into the divider - a move Hill made in countering for Sauter crashing into him laps prior.
Sauter at that point came back to the track in his harmed truck while the race was under alert, pursued Hill and crashed into the back of his #16 Toyota.
In spite of the fact that he reached the divider, Hill had the option to proceed in the race and completed thirteenth. Sauter was quickly stopped by NASCAR for the rest of the occasion, and requested to answer to the NASCAR hauler after the race.
Sauter's ThorSport partner Grant Enfinger as of now drives the NASCAR Truck Series from individual Ford sprinter Matt Crafton.