Even a razor’s edge isn’t thin enough to gauge the margins in NASCAR – the powers that be have to use lasers. Furniture Row Racing failed the post-race laser inspection of the No. 78 Toyota following Martin Truex Jr.’s third-place finish, costing the team 10 points in the driver and owner championship.

The points, however, are essentially meaningless for FRR. The loss of points matters not because Truex has already clinched a spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup and points reset heading into the first race in the Chase, this weekend in Chicago.