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NASCAR world mourns death of Coy Gibbs at 49, day after son Ty Gibbs won Xfinity Series title

NASCAR world mourns death of Coy Gibbs at 49, day after son Ty Gibbs won Xfinity Series title

The NASCAR world suffered a tremendous loss before Sunday’s Cup Series Championship. Joe Gibbs Racing co-founder Coy Gibbs died unexpectedly on Saturday night, the company announced Sunday afternoon. He was 49 years old.

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Why was Bubba Wallace suspended? NASCAR driver out for Miami race after crash, confrontation with Kyle Larson

Why was Bubba Wallace suspended? NASCAR driver out for Miami race after crash, confrontation with Kyle Larson

Bubba Wallace won’t be taking part in this week’s NASCAR Cup Series race. The 23XI Racing driver received a one-race ban for his antics during last weekend’s playoff race at Las Vegas.

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Cody Ware injured in scary wreck during Texas playoff race, putting focus back on Next Gen car

Cody Ware injured in scary wreck during Texas playoff race, putting focus back on Next Gen car

Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series playoff race at Texas Motor Speedway took a scary turn when Cody Ware’s car crashed hard into the outside wall between Turns 3 and 4. The one-car incident occurred on Lap 168 during Stage 2 of the AutoTrader EchoPark Automotive 500.

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Kyle Busch's reported move to Richard Childress Racing, explained: What it means for Joe Gibbs Racing

Kyle Busch's reported move to Richard Childress Racing, explained: What it means for Joe Gibbs Racing

Kyle Busch has been one of NASCAR’s hottest commodities the past few months. The two-time Cup Series champion’s contract with Joe Gibbs Racing is set to expire in 2023, and there were rumors that Busch was looking elsewhere for his next deal.

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NASCAR drivers express frustration caution wasn't called earlier for rain in Daytona: 'That was pretty unacceptable'

NASCAR drivers express frustration caution wasn't called earlier for rain in Daytona: 'That was pretty unacceptable'

A major crash with 21 laps in the Coke Zero Sugar 400 took out a number of cars, and the drivers are already making it clear how unhappy they are that NASCAR did not bring out the red flag earlier.

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