“Did Michael Jordan proofread before the release,” NASCAR Twitter reacts to Martin Truex Jr. announcing his contract extension with JGR

NASCAR Twitter Fam reacts to Martin Truex Jr.'s contract extension revelation

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Martin Truex Jr.
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Martin Truex Jr., who drives the No.19 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing competing as a full-time NASCAR Cup Series driver for the team since 2019 after replacing now Trackhouse Racing’s Daniel Suarez has been with the team for almost four years now and he has had a pretty decent season so far with two top 5s, seven top 10s and five top 15s with no win but a steady spot in top 10 among the points table and has now also announced his return next season.

Martin Truex Jr. was caught up in dilemma regarding his continuation as a full-time racer in the Cup Series for the past few months given the health of his partner Sherry Pollex getting affected by cancer but the 2017 NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series Champion and two-time Busch Series Champion is currently known as the NASCAR Xfinity Series has made up his mind to return for the 2023 Cup Season in the No.19 with JGR.

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Here’s how NASCAR Twitter reacted to Martin Truex Jr.’s bold statement ‘I’m coming back’ as he returns for the 2023 Cup Series season

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Martin Truex Jr. celebrates his 2017 NASCAR Cup Series Championship win

Martin Truex Jr. gallantly announced his return to the Cup Series next year with Joe Gibbs Racing, and the NASCAR family on Twitter reacted to his return with fans wishing him the best and hoping the best for him and were glad to see him return as few were not that happy with his decision whereas one tweet stood out pointing his statement’s similarities with that of NBA legend Michael Jordan’s back in 1995 regarding his career and few were also curious regarding his return in the No.54 in 2024 while few were anticipating Ty Gibbs’ Cup Series debut which seems to be adrift at the moment.

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