Speedway loses partnerships after 'Bubba rope' post

Paola Ditto
Luglio 1, 2020

A North Carolina race track has lost some associations after its owner announced "Bubba Rope" for sale online days after NASCAR said a knot had been found at Bubba Wallace's garage stall, the only one black pilot of the upper series.

A concrete business and a driver collection finished their partnerships Friday with the half-mile, grime keep track of 311 Speedway in Stokes County, the Winston-Salem Journal claimed.

The racetrack owner's "Bubba Rope" post on Facebook Marketplace got called out by several social media users who blasted the owner in different posts.

"Buy your Bubba Rope today for just $ 9.99 each, they come with a lifetime warranty and work great", the publication said.

"After much discussion with our officials, a few drivers and teams we at Carolina Sprint Tour have made the decision to withdrawl (sic) our events from 311 Speedway for the remainder of the 2020 season", the series said on Facebook.

"We do not condone nor help the opinions and posts that have been built the past 7 days", the sequence explained in a publish online.

A concrete corporation also explained it was slicing all ties with the speedway.

NASCAR officials released a photo Thursday of the rope found Sunday in Wallace's garage stall that prompted a federal investigation, which in turn determined that it was actually there since 2019. The incident occurred less than two weeks after NASCAR banned the Confederate flag from its venues and races at Wallace's urging.

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