When you are in supreme happiness and then find out that the reason you are happy is no longer yours, the pain will be tenfold and forever Joe Gibbs Racing owner Joe Gibbs, Sunday was the day. Joe Gibbs was on cloud nine as all four of his cars finished in the top 10 on Sunday, with DEnny Hamlin take home the win Kyle Bush took home P2 while his grandson made his debut in the cup series.
Denny Hamlin was stripped of his win and Kyle Busch of his P2 NASCAR after a violation was discovered in the veteran’s duo No: 11 and No: 18 Cars. This meant that race victory was awarded to the P3 finisher Chase Eliot from hms while the duo reached P35 and 36 respectively. After assigning the results, Christopher Bell was the best placed Camry on the track while finishing P4 Tyler Reddick and Daniel Suarez get better grades.
reaction to the disappointing result Joe Gibbs admitted they were shocked to hear the news of the breach in the two cars and will review every part of the process that led to the fallout and say: “We were shocked to learn of the violation that resulted in both of our cars failing NASCAR’s post-race technical inspection. We plan to review every part of the process that led to this situation.”
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A day of mixed feelings for Joe Gibbs
As a team owner, Sunday was one of the most disappointing nights of his NASCAR career. Gibbs has seen two of his team’s greatest riders miss out on wins and be disqualified at a time nearing a playoff when every single team win carries tremendous significance. But at the same time that Grandpa Sunday turned out to be a day for Gibbs to cherish for the rest of his life,
Joe Gibbs Grandson, Ty Gibbs who drives full-time in the Xfinity Series for JGR, made his first NASCAR Cup Series debut as an abrupt replacement for No:45, 23X1 race driver Kurt Busch. Kurt Bush received the cup’s medical team’s vote of no confidence on Sunday after suffering a concussion in his crash in Saturday’s qualifying session.
Ty Gibbs, who has already had four Xfinity Series wins this year and positioned himself as the front runner and a definite contender for the championship, finished the race in P18 after spending a few hours in the simulator preparing for his race first-ever competitive race in a next-gen car. He has proven he has what it takes to be in the Cup Series in the future if given the opportunity.
Ty Gibbs has many more days to wait to make it to his second Cup race as he only got the call because he was the only viable Toyota-related option that TRD Kurt Busch had to replace. And his debut in no way suggests he is making his way into the next-season cup series to replace Kyle Busch, as if the contact situation seems to be in limbo now, JGR has time to make things possible and age von Gibbs will certainly give JGR another full season with a couple of cup appearances in 2023 before the move is made.
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