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NASCAR Cup: Tony Gibson has gallbladder removed

Photo courtesy of Tony Gibson via Twitter.

Photo courtesy of Tony Gibson via Twitter.

By AMANDA VINCENT

Tony Gibson, crew chief for Kurt Busch on the No. 41 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford team in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, tweeted Wednesday that he was having his gallbladder removed.
“Still recovering from the flu & now getting my gallbladder removed! Gallstones don’t care if you’re (sic) sick,” Gibson (@TonyOldman41) tweeted.
The tweet also included a photo of Gibson in a hospital bed.
Gibson has had multiple issues with gallstones. Also, his wife, Beth Gibson, underwent surgery for the removal of her gallbladder in December.
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