Chase Briscoe holds off Kyle Busch in Xfinity Series race one day after announcing loss of unborn child

Chase Briscoe climbed to his car with a heavy heart on Thursday in Darlington Raceway, only one day after sharing the tragic narrative he his wife Marissa missing their unborn child.

Briscoe wrote on Tuesday he FaceTimed together with his wife while she went into the doctor to get a checkup, only after the couple had heard the sex of the baby.

Throughout the trip, the nurse and physicians were not able to find a heartbeat. Following an outpouring of assistance in the racing community, Briscoe tweeted he and his spouse debated sharing their narrative, but expected that “with our platform to assist others was a way God could assist with coping with everything.”

Briscoe said following the race; he was crying within the vehicle and was not emotionally in the ideal location.

“This is the biggest day of my entire life after the day of my entire life,” he explained.

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