The worst phrase in NASCAR is not reigning Cup Series champion Joey Logano's old nickname, 'Sliced Bread', and it's not racer-turned-commentator Dale Earnhardt Jr's famous Chicagoland 'slide job' shout. It's actually the term 'encumbered win'.
That phrase applied to drivers who won Cup races but then failed post-race inspections. Rather than remove said driver from the results, NASCAR would punish the offender by preventing the victory counting towards an automatic playoff berth. But the record books would still show that driver, effectively caught cheating, as the winner of the race.
It was an utterly ridiculous situation, heightened by Logano's 2017 Richmond victory becoming encumbered and the Penske driver spending the next 18 races trying - and failing - to win again to make the playoffs, as well as Kevin Harvick's repeated offences in '18 and his war of words against the series during his title-contending campaign.