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Ty Gibbs will step into Kurt Busch’s car for the second straight weekend as the 23XI Racing driver recovers from concussion-like symptoms caused by a wreck at Pocono Raceway last Saturday.

Busch was qualifying for a NASCAR Cup Series race coming through turn three when his car went out of control and slammed into the wall.

Busch sat out Sunday’s race and the team asked Joe Gibbs Racing Xfinity Series driver Ty Gibbs to step in.

“Kurt’s health is of the utmost importance to the team, and we wish him the best as he prepares to return,” said the Denny Hamlin and Michael Jordan-owned team.

Busch crashed during qualifying for the Cup Series race at Pocono.

Busch crashed during qualifying for the Cup Series race at Pocono.
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Gibbs finished 18th at the track but finished 16th after winner Denny Hamlin and runner-up Kyle Busch were disqualified when their Joe Gibbs Racing Toyotas failed post-race inspection.

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Bush is suffering from concussion-like symptoms.

Bush is suffering from concussion-like symptoms.
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Gibbs borrowed more than Bush’s car. His Xfinity Series car was sponsored by Monster Energy and was predominantly black like his fire suit, while Busch’s car was sponsored by McDonald’s for the race.

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Ty Gibbs borrows Busch's fire suit for the race.

Ty Gibbs borrows Busch’s fire suit for the race.
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Gibbs wore a long Busch suit and a pair of red, white and black Jordan Brand driving shoes that he got from Denny Hamlin.

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He won’t have the same problem this weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, with Busch’s car already scheduled to run Monster Energy sponsorship, the team confirmed with Fox News Autos.

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Busch has one win this season which means he is in a playoff spot. NASCAR rules typically require a driver to compete in all races to qualify for the championship, provided he receives a medical exemption, and can earn a second career title upon his return.