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NASCAR turns out in force to offer well wishes to J.D. Gibbs

The NASCAR family sent a large outpouring of support and well wishes to J.D. Gibbs, president of Joe Gibbs Racing.

The team issued an announcement on Wednesday that Gibbs is being treated for symptoms impacting his brain function. 439 more words

Joe Gibbs Racing President J.D. Gibbs Undergoing Treatment For Symptoms Impacting Areas of Brain Function

Joe Gibbs Racing President J.D. Gibbs Undergoing Treatment
For Symptoms Impacting Areas of Brain Function

HUNTERSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA (March 25, 2015) – Joe Gibbs Racing announces today that J.D. 222 more words

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Statement from Brian France, NASCAR Chairman and CEO, on J.D. Gibbs

From NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (March 25, 2015) – “All members of the NASCAR and France family extend our thoughts and prayers to J.D. 67 more words

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Admin Championship Picks: Phoenix

Round 4/36 is upon us, as the Sprint Cup Series roars into Phoenix Int’l. Raceway. Many drivers have shown a lot of speed in the practice and qualifying sessions. 81 more words

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Track Talk 26: Random Thoughts After Atlanta

They’re Naming the Race from Kansas WHAT?

A lot of people dismiss NASCAR as having no real value on society as a whole. NASCAR fans are just a bunch of redneck, inbred (and apparently racist) hillbillies who sit around and watch racing just to see the big crash. 2,583 more words

Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) confirmed Monday that Stamford, CT resident Boris Said will be filling in for Kyle Busch behind the wheel of the No. 54 Monster Energy Toyota Camry for seven NASCAR XFINITY Series races. 338 more words

Kyle Busch

Long day in Atlanta ends well for Matt Kenseth with top-five finish

An up-and-down Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway for Matt Kenseth ended well enough with a fifth-place finish.

Kenseth, who started 36th after failing to record a speed in qualifying, was a big gainer in the opening stint but fell off the lead lap several times during the race. 226 more words