Joe Gibbs Racing Driver Drops Important James Bond Spoiler For His Fans


On the Hollywood scene, it was the end of an era as Daniel Craig last played the iconic role of James Bond. The 53-year-old English actor appeared in the film Bond, No time to die, recently. Suffice to say that many fans eagerly rushed to theaters to watch the film. Among them was ARCA series star and Joe Gibbs Racing driver Ty Gibbs, who loved the movie.

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In fact, he even tweeted about it and paid tribute to the character. Unfortunately, he forgot the cardinal rule of the cinephile: never spoil the end. Following his blunder, several fans called him on Twitter for spoiling the film. Some fans forgave him because they had watched the movie before, but there were plenty more who hadn’t.

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What future for driver Joe Gibbs Racing in his nascent NASCAR career?

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The youngster has already been extremely impressive in his limited appearances in the 2021 season. That includes four wins, five Top 5 rankings and a 7th place finish in Richmond. Due to his incredible performance, the Joe Gibbs Racing team deemed him fit to reward him with a full-time seat.

Daytona Beach, Florida, United States; NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Ty Gibbs (54) celebrates after winning the Super Start Batteries 188 at the Daytona International Speedway Road Course. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Obviously, the pilot takes the JGR seat, although his race number has not yet been confirmed. Gibbs will team up with Brandon Jones, who will drive the No.19 car, but the team’s third car still needs a driver. Essentially, Ty Gibbs will replace defending champion Daniel Hemric and Harrison Burton. Hemric will move on to Kaulig Racing while Burton will move on to the Cup Series, along with Austin Cindric.

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Conventional wisdom suggests that Joe Gibbs Racing will keep numbers # 18 and # 20. Moreover, the talented young driver could be in a strong position to take over Hemric’s # 18 car. Now the question is, who will take over the remaining JGR seat in the Xfinity series?

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