NASCAR Xfinity Series motorist Dylan Lupton announced Thursday that he wouldn’t contest in Saturday’s LTi Printing 250 during Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn and wouldn’t be returning to JGL Racing for a residue of a 2018 season. The matter he expelled announcing his depart from a group set off a sour Twitter sell between a motorist and competition team.
“Due to hapless circumstances, we will not be competing in this weekend’s NASCAR Xfinity Series competition during Michigan International Speedway, nor will we be returning to JGL Racing for a residue of a 2018 season,” Lupton’s matter read.
He continued, “I conclude a event we had to expostulate for James Whitener [JGL owner] and we wish him and JGL Racing a best in their destiny endeavors. I’m re-focusing my efforts to secure a rival float in a NASCAR Xfinity Series and demeanour brazen to announcing my skeleton for a rest of a 2018 deteriorate when appropriate. I’d like to appreciate all of my selling partners, family, friends and a fans for their continued support.”
JGL responded with a tweet, claiming that Lupton would not continue with a team, since he was incompetent to make a remuneration to JGL Racing due to a unite not profitable him.