Ty Randal Gibbs is an American professional stock car racing driver. He competes full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No. 54 Toyota Supra for Joe Gibbs Racing.
Gibbs was the 2021 ARCA Menards Series champion.
He is the grandson of former NFL coach and current NASCAR team owner Joe Gibbs.
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Ty Gibbs: Ty Gibbs Sam Mayer Fight, Penalty, Punishment, Fine
Ty Gibbs Sam Mayer Fight:
On Friday night, the NASCAR Xfinity Series unloaded in Martinsville, Virginia. The short half-mile track at Martinsville Speedway became a boxing ring by the time the checkered flag fell.
The red flag was displayed and it sent the race into NASCAR overtime. At the same time, a $100,000 bonus was on the line for the highest finisher among Ty Gibbs, Sam Meyer, AJ Allmender, and Riley Herbst.
When the green fell in overtime, Brandon Jones leaned to the left of Gibbs. However, Gibbs was able to stop him and hold the lead.
After the race, Ty Gibbs stood behind Sam Meyer’s bumper on the cool down lap, after which another shot was fired in an attempt to take him out.
Then he pushed her down the pit alley. Ty Gibbs’ crew jumped on the radio, “Don’t. Be smart. We don’t need that guy.”
Gibbs hurriedly got out of his car. that was hot. A NASCAR official was standing between the first two drivers, Gibbs steered the officer out of the way and then approached his target.
Ty Gibbs was knocked out of the lead on the final lap of the second overtime restart on Friday at Martinsville Speedway, then tried some knocks after a race of his own.
Contact with Sam Meyer coming out of Turn 4 sent Gibbs, who was battling for the lead, up and into the wall and closed a post-race incident that ended with Gibbs throwing punches.
Gibbs attempted to spin Meyer’s car on a cool-down lap, and then immediately drove to Meyer on Pitt Road.
|26 races run over 2 years|
|Car no., team||No. 54 (Joe Gibbs Racing )|
|Best finish||13th (2021)|
|First race||2021 Super Start Batteries 188 (Daytona RC)|
|Last race||2022 Call 811 Before You Dig 250 (Martinsville)|
|First win||2021 Super Start Batteries 188 (Daytona RC)|
|Last win||2022 ToyotaCare 250 (Richmond)|
The $100,000 bonus may have fueled the clash Both drivers were competing for a Dash4Cash bonus of $100,000.
So money, like love, can compel you to do crazy things, like pit fight around hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of equipment. Gibbs said he didn’t want to fight. Really. He just had a few thoughts he’d like to share.
Gibbs, who led a race-high of 197 in 261 laps and won the first two stages, finished eighth after approaching Meyer on the final lap, battling for a $100,000 and Dash 4 cash win. After passing Gibbs, Meyer finished fifth, although he also failed to capture Dash 4 Cash Money.