Ryan Blaney Spotted at the Spiderman Premiere, Promises No Spoilers

Published 12/14/2021, 3:33 AM EST
FORT WORTH, TEXAS – NOVEMBER 02: Ryan Blaney, driver of the #12 Wabash National Ford, stands on the grid during the Salute to Veterans Qualifying Day Fueled by The Texas Lottery for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway on November 02, 2019 in Fort Worth, Texas. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)


The most heavily anticipated movie of the year, Spiderman – No Way Home, had its premiere in Los Angeles recently. NASCAR driver Ryan Blaney was one of the big names attending the premiere.

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The Team Penske driver was spotted at the Los Angeles premiere of the latest movie in Marvel’s web of franchises. “Very excited to be here. Thank you Sony, NASCAR for helping us out,” Blaney said.

“Looking forward to it. I won’t spoil anything.”

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Yes, that’s what we all hope, that he doesn’t spoil anything, considering what another NASCAR driver did a month ago.

 

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Ty Gibbs, who races for Joe Gibbs Racing, recently watched the James Bond movie, No Time To Die. That film is currently the most successful film of the year commercially, but it had a crucial spoiler towards the end.

And Gibbs ‘crossed the line.’

Unknowingly, he posted on Twitter, “Rest in Paradise James Bond.” For some context, No Time To Die was the last Bond appearance of the longest-serving 007, Daniel Craig.

And his version of Bond dying in the film effectively ended his participation in the franchise, something which fans would’ve wanted to experience for themselves.

So, Ryan Blaney promising he won’t spoil anything should come as a big relief to the moviegoers.

“Not balanced right” – Ryan Blaney expresses concern with the Next Gen car

The Penske driver is involved in the ongoing testing of the Next Gen car. The latest test was held at Charlotte Motor Speedway and Ryan Blaney also participated in it.

He expressed his concerns regarding the balance of the car. Blaney said, “There’s way, way less rear side force in the car, so you have to run them so tight to run in clean air.”

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“But when you are behind somebody, it’s way worse [with] how loose you are. … They’re not balanced right.”

HAMPTON, GA – FEBRUARY 23: Ryan Blaney, driver of the #12 PPG Ford, gets ready to drive during practice for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Folds of Honor Quiktrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on February 23, 2019 in Hampton, Georgia. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)

Let’s just hope that the Next Gen car is ready in time and doesn’t ‘spoil’ its own expectations.

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Similarly, let’s hope nobody ‘spoils’ the experience of watching Spiderman – No Way Home.

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Shaharyar

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Shaharyar is a Formula 1 & NASCAR writer at EssentiallySports. A graduate in Journalism from Amity University, he has been a passionate follower of motorsports for better part of the decade. A Max Verstappen and Ferrari supporter, he dreams of a pairing of the two in future.

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