Hot beef between “same sh*t every time” as NASCAR star threatens Ty Gibbs in public

Hot beef between “same sh*t every time” as NASCAR star threatens Ty Gibbs in public

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Ty Gibbs has been driving in Kurt Busch’s place for 23XI Racing for a good few races. But of course he is known to have a good reputation in the Xfinity Series. Although his record has been relatively clean so far in his Cup Series run, he changed it at Texas.

And Eric Jones joined the cheers as Joe Gibbs’ grandson was all called.

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Last weekend’s race at Texas saw a pit road collision with Gibbs, when he slammed into Ty Dillon’s door on the pit exit. Of course, Dillon hit Gibbs’ car first, but it wasn’t his fault. He was 3 wide on the pit lane, and Richard Childers’ grandson’s car accidentally hit Joe Gibbs’ grandson’s gate.

But the #23 driver deliberately rammed the #3 car into the gate, starting the owners’ grandson battle. Of course, one was by accident, and the other was intentional.

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However, Gibbs was actually a Twitter Later. he said, “I want to apologize for what happened on the pit road on Sunday. I should have had a better understanding of the situation and my surroundings. Thankfully no one was hurt and I will learn from this.”

Evidently, everyone was still very angry about the move, and even Petty GMs driver Eric Jones never touched his car.

While other fans think his apology is empty and he does this all the time.

Apparently, many unhappy faces here. But how did NASCAR respond to this situation?

NASCAR slams Ty Gibbs with heavy penalties.

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Remember that Twitter “I think Pop Pop is paying his fine?” while saying Yes, the sport swooped down and slapped a huge penalty on the Joe Gibbs Racing driver.

DOVER, DELAWARE – APRIL 30: Ty Gibbs, driver of the #54 Monster Energy Toyota, walks on the podium during driver introductions prior to the NASCAR Xfinity Series A-GAME 200 at Dover Motor Speedway on April 30, 2022 in Dover, Delaware. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)

The driver should. pay off NASCAR $75,000. But it doesn’t end there because 25 points will be deducted.

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Check out this story: Team owner Joe Gibbs has vowed to fight NASCAR over Kyle Busch’s ban in Richmond.

Severe punishment and penalty for sure. But is it worth it? Let us know in the comments.



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