“It’s time to pull a D Earnhardt Jr. Special” NASCAR Twitter responds to Kurt Busch missing his third straight Cup race due to a concussion

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“One man’s bad luck is another man’s luck” and that is what seems to be happening Kurt Busch and Ty Gibbs. The experienced No:45 Toyota Camry driver for 23X1 race will be sidelined again at the upcoming Michigan Cup race as he failed to receive medical clearance from NASCAR’s medical team to resume racing, meaning Ty Gibbs will once again be standing up for the veteran he is teaming up with Bubba Wallace.

Kurt Busch threw himself into chaos 2 race weekends ago pocono, as recently as July 3, where his qualifying run turned into a horrific fall that caused a concussion. Busch was not cleared to race the next day as he began showing symptoms that prompted the 23X1 call in favor of JGR Xfinity driver Ty Gibbs, who made his first and second NASCAR Cu race appearances at the expense of the veteran, finishing in the top 20 both times while also replacing Busch at Indian.

23X1 Racing announced the Busch side fairing through a media statement that read: “We look forward to Kurt being back at 100% and on track“. This isn’t the first time the number 45 driver has missed three consecutive Cup races. He found himself in a similar situation in 2015 when he was banned for three races after a court found him guilty of molesting his ex. girlfriend.

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“We’re working hard to get back to 100%” Kurt Busch on his concussion recovery

Kurt Busch and Ty Gibbs

Kurt Busch acknowledged that he is improving every day on his road back to recovery and pointed out that Ty Gibbs has done and will do a good job driving the number 45 car. He reiterated that he is working hard to get back to his 100% before the Cup Race returns to Richmond next week and thanked everyone who supported him.

I keep improving every day. I know Ty will continue to do a great job representing 23XI and the #45 Monster Energy team this weekend in Michigan. I’m working hard to get back to 100% and it’s my hope to be back in the car at Richmond Raceway. Thank you everyone for the continued support and I look forward to getting back on track soonsaid Kurt Busch.

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How NASCAR Twitter reacted to Kurt Busch’s switch for Michigan

Kurt Busch

NASCAR Twitter reacted very positively to the announcement of the 2004 Cup winners’ departure, while some fans called for his resignation as he finds himself in a similar situation Dale Earnhardt Jr. was in 2016, which saw him retire. There have also been some silly conspiracy theories suggesting that getting Ty Gibbs, grandson of JGR owner Joey Gibbs, into the Cup Series by inheriting the #45 car is just part of the plan.

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