“Our Little Guardian Angel”: NASCAR Xfinity Series Driver Chase Briscoe Gives a Heartwarming Tribute to His Deceased Baby

Published 05/27/2020, 9:22 AM EDT


Last week, NASCAR driver Chase Briscoe faced one of the biggest tragedies of his life. The driver lost his unborn baby just days before the NASCAR Xfinity Series race. Chase will drive the upcoming races with his car featuring “pink wings” next to his name as a tribute to their deceased child.

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The driver retweeted his wife’s Tweet revealing his tribute to their deceased baby. The tweet says, “Pink wings on Chase’s car today for the Charlotte race. Our little guardian angel baby. Thank you all for the continued prayers, they are working! God is good!”

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After his win at Darlington, he got emotional and teary-eyed. He revealed that he was in a very bad state mentally and said, “The biggest day of my life after the toughest day of my life.” Recently, Chase revealed his mental ordeal before the Darlington race in an interview with NBC Sports. He states, ” It was a blessing in disguise that it rained Tuesday and I was able to get a couple of days at home.”

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Chase Briscoe won the NASCAR Xfinity Series race days after the tragic incident

Chase Briscoe displays the performance of a lifetime by holding off Cup series champion Kyle Busch to take the win. Briscoe takes home the win at the NASCAR Xfinity race in Darlington. He fought off a nail-biting last-lap challenge from Kyle Busch to take a very emotional win. It was a hard-fought, passionate victory for the 25-year-old racer, who took his second win of the year.

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With many ups and downs in the last 10 laps that would have the fans at home on their feet, a passionate Chase fought Kyle Busch to the line to catch the success in the Toyota 200 at Darlington Raceway in the NASCAR Xfinity Series’ first race back since the COVID-19 pandemic carried sports to a stop.

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Mrinal Kuniyal

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Mrinal Kuniyal has been a contributor to EssentiallSports since early 2020 and has focused on Formula 1, NASCAR, and IndyCar. He's a management graduate and his areas of interest include motorsports, marketing, and music.

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