Chase Briscoe shares the infamous Michael Jordan meme to take a look at Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Hendrik Legend’s motorsport predictions

After the Chase Briscoe and Cole Custer controversy erupted last weekend at Charlotte Ruffal, Briscoe was able to pressure himself into the eighth round in the playoffs. Shortly after, Briscoe posted the infamous Michael Jordan meme digging into Dale Earnhardt Jr. and former Hendrik Motorsport legend, after stating that Briscoe would not be able to make it to the next round of playoffs.

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Briscoe posted a photo showing the drivers, chosen by Steve Litterte and Dale Earnhardt Jr., who they thought would not be able to qualify for the quarter-finals. However, after Cole Custer helps him by landing at the center of the controversy, he is able to climb back to the breaking point. Right below we see Briscoe’s head placed on top of a picture of Michael Jordan, with text readingAnd the “…I took it personally.”

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Sports fans quickly responded to his tweet and congratulated him for proving everyone wrong.

Fans react to the meme shared by Chase Briscoe

Had it not been for what Cole Custer did, Briscoe might not have made it to the quarter-finals initially. But now that he’s here, fans have congratulated him on his success.

AVONDALE, AZ – MARCH 6: Chase Briscoe, the 98th Ford Performance Racing School driver, stands in the garage area during practice for the NASCAR Xfinity Series LS Tractor 200 at Phoenix Raceway on March 06, 2020, in Avondale, Arizona. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Fans were generally congratulatory. However, some of them also mentioned how he got there in the first place. Someone stated that Stewart-Haas Racing is now the official NASCAR villain, especially after what happened at Charlotte Roval last weekend.

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Do you think Chase Briscoe made it to the playoffs on merit? Or was Custer’s controversial move the only reason he moved further into the playoffs? Let us know your theories in the comments section.

Srijan Mandal

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Srijan Mandal is the author of NASCAR at EssentiallySports. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in journalism and has written for his own blog as well, covering NASCAR, F1, F2, W Series, MotoGP, DTM, IndyCar, WRC and WEC. After motorsports for more than a decade, he became a loyal racing supporter of McLaren, Jimmy Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Bubba Wallace, Sir Lewis Hamilton and Ayrton Senna.

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