Noah Gragson proved his competitiveness when he showed off his new look at Dover Motor Speedway.
Gragson showed up and revealed a bowl cut that he got Friday night.
Obviously, the first thought is to ask Gragson if he lost a bet. There was a bet attached as Gragson revealed that Austin Dillon bet him $100 that he wouldn’t get a bowl cut. Gragson clearly plays to win, and now, Gragson wants his $100 from Dillon.
— Noah Gragson (@NoahGragson) April 29, 2023
THERE WAS A BET!!! pic.twitter.com/6Z7rkJOlIQ
— NASCAR (@NASCAR) April 29, 2023
Gragson owned his bowl cut with confidence, which is half the battle when rocking a new haircut. When interviewed by Fox Sports, he even threw in a plug for his sponsor Wendy’s, saying his haircut was “Crispy like Wendy’s fries.”
Many in the NASCAR world had fun processing Gragson’s new hairdo.
— Jimmie Johnson (@JimmieJohnson) April 29, 2023
— Brandon Jones (@BrandonJonesRac) April 29, 2023
— Brayt(D)o(ver week)n Laster (@TheOnePizzaMan) April 29, 2023
— Brad Gillie (@BradGillie) April 29, 2023
— nascarcasm (@nascarcasm) April 29, 2023
.@NoahGragson went from mad scientist in Talladega to looking like he’ll be racing a horse and buggy at Dover…
— Noah Lewis (@Noah_Lewis1) April 29, 2023
Noah Gragson needs to go to a backup haircut. That one is totaled. https://t.co/yktc2A5JkX
— Chad (@MrFantasyNASCAR) April 29, 2023
Many people want to say Gragson lost the bet because he had to get a bowl cut, but he won $100. Gragson getting the haircut was what won him the bet. Dillon lost. Although, if seeing one of his competitors with a bowl cut on national TV was worth $100 to Austin Dillon, you could argue he didn’t lose either.
If Noah Gragson proved anything to all of us, it’s not to bet him to do anything.