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Sport Blaney chops off his hair, NASCAR world freaks out

00:30  14 january  2018
00:30  14 january  2018 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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NASCAR driver Ryan Blaney has arguably the best hair in the sport, with shoulder-length dark chestnut brown locks. The 24-year-old Team Penske driver’s hair stood out among his peers, and it was a popular conversation topic and internet meme starter.

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Blaney's long locks are now a thing of the past.

As the driver recently noted on Twitter, he planned to chop off his hair - and donate it - and ditch his mustache at some point before the season starts in February. But it wasn't clear exactly when this transformation would happen.

Well, it happened Saturday.

Blaney is still alive and well, but the NASCAR world reacted to him losing his hair as if he retired or passed away. People are devastated.

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