Xfinity Series driver Joey Gase and his wife Caitlin are now parents to twin boys
The babies were born on Wednesday. Their names are Jace and Carson.
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Daniel Hemric is going to be a dad.
The Cup Series Rookie of the Year used Thanksgiving to announce that he and wife Kenzie are expecting their first baby.
It’s due May 2020.
Hemric, who competed for Richard Childress Racing this season, will drive for JR Motorsports in 21 races Xfinity Series races next year.
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Corey LaJoie and his wife Kelly announced earlier this week they’re expecting their first child early next year.
The GoFas Racing driver made the reveal on social media Tuesday, letting the world know their baby’s due around Easter 2020.
Kelly LaJoie said on Instagram the announcement came after Corey “has already told 3/4 of the garage.”
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Defending Xfinity Series champion Tyler Reddick has a new title: Father-to-be.
Reddick, 23, announced on Instagram Saturday that he and girlfriend Alexa De Leon are expecting their first child.
The Richard Childress Racing driver made the announcement while the Xfinity Series is competing in New Hampshire.
The birth of the child will make Reddick one of only two drivers in the top 10 in Xfinity points who have children. Justin Allgaier, who is 33, is the other.
Joey Logano‘s win Sunday at Talladega Superspeedway was big for the Team Penske driver both professionally and personally.
While it was his first Cup win in 36 races, it also marked his first chance to visit Victory Lane with son Hudson.
Logano celebrated his win in the GEICO 500 with wife Brittany and Hudson, who was born in January.
The successful birth of their first child came after the couple attempted vitro fertilization. Following their marriage in 2014, Brittany was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, a common health problem caused by an imbalance of reproductive hormones that can lead to infertility.
“It was amazing to pull into Victory Lane and celebrate with your guys,” Logano said. “When you turned around and saw Hudson and Brittany over there, I may have cried a little bit. … It’s a different feeling. Everyone always says, ‘You won’t understand until you have kids.’ I always kind of shook my head, ‘Okay.’ Now having a little guy, seeing him there, he may not remember, but for me, that was very special. For Brittany I hope it was, too. Something we’ll cherish forever. We’ll have a great family picture in Victory Lane at Talladega.”
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