Rick Hendrick recorded a major victory on Tuesday as the majority of the penalties against Jimmie Johnson‘s racing team for violations discovered prior to the Daytona 500 were overturned.

Chief Appellate Officer John Middlebrook lifted NASCAR’s six-race suspension against crew chief Chad Knaus and car chief Ron Malec, and returned 25 points to Johnson. The $100,000 fine for Knaus was upheld.

“It’s been a tough 30 days,” Knaus said. “It’s not about vindication. It’s time to move on.”

Johnson agrees with his crew chief. “I’m glad this is over, now it’s on to Cali. #6pack,” he tweeted in reference to going for his sixth championship.

NASCAR suspended Knaus and Malec after confiscating what officials deemed illegal C-posts during initial inspection for the Daytona 500. Knaus also was fined $100,000.