At Darlington, polesitter Brad Keselowski will have a substitute crew chief as a health precaution.
His crew chief for Darlington will be Grant Hutchens who served as his crew chief at Atlanta. At Atlanta, Keselowski was a top ten contender but finished an asterisk mark 28th. On lap 120, Truex slid up the track and damaged the #2 which eventually led to an unexpected pit stop which dropped him off the lead lap. Just prior to his problem he was running in 10th.
In terms of a fantasy impact, I think its minimal, but nothing to hit the panic button about.
Brad Keselowski crew chief Jeremy Bullins is out for Darlington as a precaution as part of the team protocols. Engineer Grant Hutchens will be crew chief for Keselowski. He was crew chief for Keselowski at Atlanta after a lug nut penalty at Phoenix. @NASCARONFOX
— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) May 6, 2021