CONCORD, N.C. - NASCAR has docked Kyle Larson and Chip Ganassi Racing 15 points each for post-race inspection violations found at Michigan International Speedway.

According to NASCAR, the No. 42 team was found in violation of sections 12-1; for failing post-race laser inspection station measurements, which resulted in a P3 penalty.

Philip Surgen, who served as interim crew chief for Larson's No. 42 team at Michigan, has been fined $25,000 as a result of the penalty. The team's full-time crew chief, Chad Johnston, who was serving a one-race suspension for a lug nut penalty at Pocono, was not affected by the penalty at Michigan.

The penalty drops Larson from 19th to 21st in the Sprint Cup Series standings, 38 points behind Ryan Blaney, who currently holds the final spot in the 2016 Chase standings.

NASCAR has also docked Team Penske's No. 22 team in the Xfinity Series 10 championship owner points following a post-race violation at Michigan.

The team was issued a P2 penalty for being in violation of Sections 12-1; for failing post-race laser inspection station measurements. Crew chief Brian Wilson has been fined $7,500 for the infraction.